Fairhaven High School - Huttlestonian Yearbook (Fairhaven, MA)

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n;: ■,-A - ■ ' ■ ■ .■ ' ■•- ' •r 1 ' -toft- ' , ; A. . - ■ - ■ - V ' . . ®hr iituttbstuuimt FAIRHAVEN HIGH SCHOOL FAIRHAVEN, MASS. Volume 31 SENIOR ISSUE Number 1 EDITORIAL STAFF: Editor-in-Chief — Diana Laycock Associate Editor — Gay Lorraine Senior Editors — Norma Costa, Jo-Ann Davis, Dennis Duval, Charles Foley, Judith Hirschmann, Anne Marsden, Patricia Ornellas, Susan Silveira. Editorial Assistants — Betty DeGraw, Janice Dunn, Judith Knox, Marsha Livesley, Pamela MacGowan. Art Editors — Lucille Burnham, Sandra Henshaw, Judith Robinson. Junior Probationary Editors — Jean Alden, H. Stevens Browne, Barbara Besse, Dana Greenfield, Ellen Mahoney, Rosemary Murphy. BUSIN ESS STAFF: Business Manager — Ida Mello Advertising Manager — Judith Hirschmann Assistants — Carol Kent, Anne Marsden, Betty Monteiro, Nancy Page, Susan Pepin, Barbara Souza, Carol Sherman, Gladys Teixeira. Faculty Advisor — Mr. Earl J. Dias Art Supervisor — Mrs. Arthur Baker Cover design by Lucille Burnham. i trattnn We respectfully and gratefully dedicate this issue of the HUTTLESTONIAN to MR. JAMES PARKINSON, dean of the Fairhaven High School faculty, and for thirty years a helpful and dedicated teacher. “A teacher affects eternity; he never can tell where his influence stops.” Henry Adams MR. EARL J. DIAS MRS. EDITH CROMIE We gratefully dedicate this page to the advisors who have guided the destinies of our class during our high school years. As we, the youth of America, regard unsettled conditions in the world at present, we wonder what principles and standards we should uphold and represent. All of us are average American adolescents who lead normal lives, and who have been educated in the American atmosphere of freedom where we have the opportunity to express ourselves and to draw our own conclusions. Because of this, this year’s “Huttlestonian” Staff has decided to choose as our theme, American history and thought. It is, indeed, a great honor and privilege to be a citizen of America. During this momentous year of world upheavel, we have been led, more than ever to appreciate the free¬ dom and opportunity that America offers. We hope that the ideals of liberty, peace, and tolerance shall remain in our minds to guide us in the momentous decisions and responsibilities which will be ours in the future. You will note that our theme is illustrated throughout this edition by various quotations gleaned from government documents and works of such great American writers and thinkers as Franklin, Jefferson, and Thoreau. These quotations remind us that to be an American gives us privileges but demands of us certain basic responsibilities as well. In addition, of course, to the serious purpose just indicated, we want our book to present a clear and accurate picture of Fairhaven High School — its daily academic life and activities. If we have succeeded in these two purposes, we shall feel that our yearbook has been a worthwhile project. Diana Laycock, ’57 Editor-in-Chief 0ahl? of (Hmtmtz “Let ' all your things have their places; let each par t of your business have its time.” Benjamin Franklin 1 Faculty and Administration 7 2 Classes . . 17 3 Features . . 61 4 Activities. . 79 5 Athletics. . 91 6 Sponsors . . 103 ■jjn ' fmT When we think of the history of our class, We realize how fast the time has sped. Though day by day they did not seem to pass, Four pleasant years of high school life have fled. We’ve had some good, bad, and indifferent days, Received honors and aftersessions too. Though some classmates have left to go their ways, We’ve found good friends in others that are new. Soon we’ll part and our chosen paths diverge, And many roads of Life shall travel on, But ’tween these pages many memories merge Of classmates and good times forever gone. Thus will this yearbook hold, though time may pass, The thoughts of our great ’57 class. Gay Lorraine, ’57 Associate Editor IFantltij mb A mints t ration “All Legislative Powers Art. 1, Sect. 1, Constitution flrarijml CHESTER MILLER DOWNING, Ph.B., Ed.M. Brown University, Harvard University Principal FAIRHAVEN HIGH SCHOOL OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL To the Class of 1957: Your yearbook has a patriotic theme. That is good. Ever since you entered the first grade, your teachers have tried to help you appre¬ ciate what America means. The motto of our school is “The noblest motive is the public good.” The meaning of these simple words is clear. To put them into practice calls for the kind of dedication that makes patriots. The history of America is full of people whom we regard as patriots. The thing that made them patriots was that they chose to serve their country when they might have served themselves. Patriotic service is often costly. Speaking for one group, Thomas Jefferson said they pledged to each other their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor. Honor means principles so important that conduct contrary to these standards is unthinkable. Fortunes. Jefferson meant that even if it cost them all they pos¬ sessed, they would be loyal to the cause for which they were striving. Lives. Many families know what it means to have one of their own give his young life to help preserve the American ideal of freedom and fair play. I hope you will not be called upon to die for your country, but I expect you to be willing to live for it. My best wishes go with you as you leave our school to continue to face the great challenge of trying to be worthy of our American heritage. Sincerely, Chester M. Downing, Principal WALTER DAVID WOOD, A.B., M.A. Clark University Assistant Principal, Physics DORIS D. BRUCE, B.S. in Ed. Bridgewater State Teachers’ College, Boston University Director of Guidance, Dean of Girls WILMA E. BAKER Vesper George School of Art, Hyannis State Teachers’ College, Boston University Art RAYMOND G. BOYCE, B.S. in Ed., Ed.M. Fitchburg State Teachers’ College, Boston College Chemistry, Driver Training DIANA M. CABRAL, B.S. in Ed. Salem State Teachers’ College Bookkeeping, Junior Business Training, Sophomore Class Advisor ALEXANDER M. CLEMENT, B.S.E., Ed.M. No. Adams State Teachers’ College, Williams Assistant Director of Boys’ Physical Education, History, Baseball GEORGE COOK, A.B., Ed.M. University of New Hampshire English, Tennis EDITH R. CROMIE, B.S. University of Vermont, Columbia History LOUISE F. DENNIE, R.N. Truesdale Hospital School Nurse EARL J. DIAS, A.B., M.A. Bates, Boston University Advisor to HUTTLESTONIAN, Librarian of English Dept. EDITH G. DIAS, A.B. Brown University Latin GRACE L. DOWNING, B.S. Nasson College, Burdett College Typing DONALD B. DUFOUR, B.A., Ed.M. Assumption College, Bridgewater State Teachers’ College French, Geography Freshman Class Advisor MELVIN ENTIN, B.S. Director of Boys’ Physical Education, Biology EUGENE GRACE, B.A. University of Massachusetts History ELIZABETH I. HASTINGS, Ed.M. Boston University Supervisor of Instrumental Music RICHARD D. HATTON, B.A., M.A. Harvard University Civics, Economics, Geography ANNE FRANCES HAYES, B.S. in Ed. Bridgewater State Teachers’ College Supervisor of GiiTs’ Physical Education PRISCILLA P. HILLER Nasson College English MARGARET HOWLAND, A.B. Wheaton College English MABEL G. HOYLE, A.B., M.A. Tufts College, Boston University Public Speaking, English Head of English Dept . MARGUERITE JOHNSON New England Conservatory of Music Supervisor of Vocal Music ROBERT C. LAWTON, B.M.E., Ed.M. Northeastern University, Boston University Head of Mathematics Dept. JOHN G. MALCOLM, B.S. New Bedford Institute of Textiles and Technology Mathematics EVELYN L. MARTIN Fairhaven High School, Kinyon’s Commercial School Secretary to the Principal HARRIET RUTH MARTIN, R.N., B.S.in Ed. Fitchburg State Teachers’ College General Science EDITH G. MOORE, A.B. Wheaton College English JEANETTE MULVEY Bridgewater State Teachers’ College Foods MARIE R. NOYER, B.S. in Ed. Salem State Teachers’ College Office Practice, Head of Commercial Studies Dept. PHILLIPS A. NOYES, A.B., Ed.M. Dartmouth College, Harvard University, Certificat d’Etudes, University of Grenoble French, Spanish EDWIN OLIVEIRA, B.S., Ed.M. Boston University Mathematics, Junior Business Training, Science JAMES PARKINSON Sloyd Training School, Wentworth Institute Printing, Mechanical Drawing AVIS M. PILLSBURY, Ph.B. Brown University, University of Illinois Librarian HAZEL B. RAYMOND Salem Normal School Geography, Drawing ELLEN E. REX, B.S. Bridgewater State Teachers’ College Boston University Mathematics, Science, Spelling RUTH S. ROBINSON, B.S. in Ed. Salem State Teachers’ College Stenography BEATRICE SPENCE, B.S., M.A. EDWARD F. TRAINOR, B.S. Middlebury College, Columbia University Boston University Home Economics, Sewing Club Advisor History, English, Geography CUTHBERT W. TUNSTALL Fitchburg State Teachers’ College, Boston University Shop (Elaaa?a “The preservation of the sacred fire of liberty.” George Washington Left to right: — G. Davidsen, Secretary; J. Robinson, Vice-President; D. Duval President; S. Silveira, Treasurer. cJ-fi OIIOZ StucUnti. c fonoz± Anne Marsden Ida Mello Honoz± Thomas Barron Ferae Cathcart Norma Costa Dennis Duval Charles Foley Judith Hirschmann Carol Kent Judith Knox Diana Laycock Betty Leitao Gay Lorraine Betty Monteiro Patricia Ornellas Nancy Page Susan Silveira Barbara Souza Gladys Teixeira SYLVIA MILDRED AANENSEN— “Syl” Business “Great is truth, and it prevails.” Born: Brooklyn, New York, November 28, 1939. From: Rogers School. To: Work. Ambition: Secretary. Happiest When: Seeing F. H. S. beat New Bedford. Favorite Expression: That’s the way it goes. Pet Peeve: Late sleepers, namely Margie. Salient Characteristic: Flaming tresses. Probable Fate: Copy girl. Ac tivities: Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Choristers 3, 4. French club 2, 3, 4. Art club 3, 4. Pep Squad 4. Sewing Club 4. Mr. Parkinson’s assistant 1. Guidance office aide 4. JOHN FRANCIS ALDEN— “Jack” College “Speak for yourself, John.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., August 30, 1939. From: Rogers School. To: N. B. I. T. T. Ambition: Chemical Engineer. Happiest When: Listening to records. Favorite Expression: Oh! Be joyful! Salient Characteristic: Carrot top. Probable Fate: Orator. Activities: Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. Co-captain 4. Junior Lieu¬ tenant 3. PAUL HAWTHORNE ALVES College “He lives long that lives loell.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., March 24, 1939. From: New Bed¬ ford High School. To: Textile. Ambition: Textile Chemist. Happiest When: With my girl. Favorite Expression: Phooey. Pet Peeve: Unfaithful Women. Salient Characteristic: Drum Sticks. Probable Fate: Marriage Counselor. Activities: Stamp Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Secretary-Treasurer 1. Presi¬ dent 3, 4. Band 2, 4. Orchestra 3, 4. Baseball Team Manager 2. JUDITH E. ANDRADE— “Judy” Business “In your merry Oldsmobile.” Born: Martha’s Vineyard, Mass., May 31, 1939. From: Anthony School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Private Secretary. Hap¬ piest When: With a gang! Favorite Expression: Nice Animal. Pet Peeve: My kid brother and snobs. Salient Characteristic: Flexibility. Probable Fate: Bicycles built for two. Activities: Cafeteria 3. Junior Prom Committee 3. Twenty-one JOHN S. ARRUDA, JR.— “Johnny” Civic “First come; first served.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., May 5, 1939. From: St. Joseph’s School. To: U. S. Navy. Ambition: Join the Navy. Hap¬ piest When: Playing baseball. Favorite Expression: “How about that???” Pet Peeve: Football practice. Salient Charac¬ teristic: Courtesy. Probable Fate: Car dealer. Activities: Football 2, 3, 4. Baseball 3, 4. NANCY MAE AVILA— -“Nan” Business “The only way to have a friend is to be one.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., August 1, 1939. From Anthony School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Undecided. Happiest When: Eat¬ ing or sleeping. Favorite Expression: “You better believe it.” Pet Peeve: Conceited people. Salient Characteristic: Well-groomed. Probable Fate: Model. Activities: Freshman-Sophomore Chorus 1. Spanish Club 2. Stu¬ dent Council 3. Traffic Squad 3, 4. ■ ELAINE BANCROFT Business “Speech is of time, silence is of eternity.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., March 27, 1939. From: Rogers School. To: Undecided. Ambition: To be a housewife. Hap¬ piest When: With Dick. Favorite Expression: “Oh boy!” Pet Peeve: Slow people. Salient Characteristic: Sailor. Probable Fate: Anchors aweigh. MARY-LOU BARCELLOS— “Lou” Civic “A small and pert young princess, lively, true.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., May 17, 1939. From: Tripp School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Nursing. Happiest When: With friends. Favorite Expression: “You don’t say!” Pet Peeve: Homework. Salient Characteristic: Little Lu-Lu. Probable Fate: Kleenex demonstrator. Activities: G. A. A. 3, 4. Softball 2, 3. Twenty-two THOMAS ARTHUR BARRON— “Beaver” College “A fickle man is apt to rove.” Born: Wareham, Mass., April 3, 1939. From: Sacred Heart Mis¬ sion Seminary. To: College. Ambition: To retire as soon as possible. Happiest When: Not Working. Favorite Expres¬ sion: “I don’t believe it”. Pet Peeve: Work. Salient Charac¬ teristic: Sparkling eyes. Probable Fate: Physicist. Activities: Football 3. Spanish Club 3. Stamp Club 3. Traf¬ fic Squad 4. ANNICE HELEN BEAUMONT— “Ann” Business “For silence oft seals the deepest thought.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., February 20, 1940. From: Anthony School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Secretary. Happiest When: With Bob. Favorite Expression: “Oh, my gosh!” Pet Peeve: Waiting for people. Salient Characteristic: Murine. Probable Fate: Receptionist. Activities: Freshman-Sophomore Chorus 1. JOYCE SALOME BELLIVEAU— “Joy” Business “A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., May 19, 1939. From: Tripp School. To: Business College. Ambition: Bookkeeper. Happiest When: Dancing. Favorite Expression: “Oh! Cry!” Pet Peeve: People with poor school spirit. Salient Characteristic: Peppy. Prob¬ able Fate: Seven Veils. Activities: G. A. A. 3, 4. Dramatic Club 3. Sub Cheerleader 3. Cheerleader 4. Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3. Girls’ Glee Club 4. ESTELLE MARGARET BENJAMIN— “Peggy” Civic “Politeness costs nothing and gains everything.” Born: Detroit, Michigan, August 3, 1939. From: Anthony School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Beautician. Happiest When: With Don. Favorite Expression: What a blast! Pet Peeve: Girls’ Locker Room at 1:45. Salient Characteristic: Blue eyes. Prob¬ able Fate: Locker Room Queen. Activities: Freshman-Sophomore Chorus 1. Traffic Squad 2. Driver Training 4. Sewing Club 4. Twenty-three Civic GILBERT BOTELHO— “Gilly” “Anything for a quiet life.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., March 19, 1939. From: Tripp School. To: Navy. Ambition: Service career. Happiest When: With my friends or doing well in anything I do. Favorite Ex¬ pression: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Pet Peeve: Rushing from Math in the addition to Physics in the old building. Salient Characteristic: Sealed lips. Prob¬ able Fate: News commentator. CHRISTINE BRODEUR— “Chris” College “For she would chat the pleasing hours away.” Born: Acushnet, Mass., October 12, 1939. From: Sacred Hearts Academy. To: Teacher’s College. Ambition: To be an un¬ derstanding teacher. Happiest When: “I’m buying new clothes. Favorite Expression: I’m hungry! Pet Peeve: Those math tests. Salient Characteristic: Jabber-Jabber. Probable Fate: Confucius Activities: Class Treasurer 1, 2. Executive Committee 3. Manual Training Club 1. Jr. Orchestra 1. Orchestra 2, 3, 4. County Orchestra 4. Freshman-Sophomore Chorus 1. Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Choristers 3, 4. French Club 3. Sewing Club 2. Sec¬ retary Sewing Club 2. G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Future Teachers Club 3, 4. Blue Banner Staff 2, 3, 4. Circulation Manager of Blue Banner 3. Homeroom Secretary 2, 3. Dance Committee 1, 2, 3. Junior Day Committee 3. Treasurer Pep Squad 3. Pep Squad 3, 4. JAMES ALLEN BUNGERT— “Jim” Civic “I hate scarce smiles; I love laughing.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., September 17, 1939. From: Rogers School. To: Unknown. Ambition: Cabinet Maker. Happiest When: Sleeping and with the boys. Favorite Expression: “You are there, my boy!” Pet Peeve: Getting up on school mornings. Salient Characteristic: Mischief. Probable Fate: Sore thumb. Activities: Senior play decorating committee 2, 3, 4. Chor¬ isters 4. LUCILLE A. BURNHAM— “Lucy” College “A penny for your thoughts.” Born: Gloucester, Mass., February 3, 1940. From: Mattapoisett Center School. To: College. Ambition: Commercial Artist. Happiest When: The weekends come. Favorite Expression: “Pm sick.” Pet Peeve: Immature sophomores. Salient Char¬ acteristic: Stature. Probable Fate: Cartoonist. Activities: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Class President 1. Choristers 3. Softball 1. Basketball 1. Minstrel Show 1. Art Club 2, 3. Traffic Squad 1. Driver Education 4. HUTTLESTONIAN Art Staff 4. Pep Squad 3. Twenty-four BRIAN KEAN CARNEY Practical Arts “Tomorrow is coming; Why hurry?” Born: New Bedford, Mass., January 4, 1939. From: New Bed¬ ford High School. To: U. S. Air Force. Ambition: Optome¬ trist. Happiest When: Out of school. Favorite Expression: “Never say die.” Pet Peeve: Girls that get together and start giggling about something. Salient Characteristic: Economics Class. Probable Fate: Bifocals. KENNETH JAMES CASILHAS —“Kenny” Business “Fellows will be fellows.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., May 14, 1939. From: St. Joseph’s School. To: U. S. Air Force. Ambition: First man to reach the moon. Happiest When: With Nancy. Favorite Expression: “Want a bet?” Pet Peeve: My Chevy’s too slow. Salient Char¬ acteristic: Those eyes! Probable Fate: Earthbound. Activities: Homeroom vice-president 1. LILLIAN CASTELEJO— “Lil” College “Gentle of speech, beneficent of mind.” Born: Acushnet, Mass., February 25, 1940. From: Parting Ways School. To: Labor Market. Ambition: Make a million before 21. Happiest When: Dancing at Lincoln Park and Friday nights at Wonder Market. Favorite Expression: “A1 reddie.” Pet Peeve: Convertibles. Salient Characteristic: Dancing Shoes. Probable Fate: Marry a millionaire. Activities: Freshman-Sophomore Chorus 1. Spanish Club 3. Driver Education 4. FERNE ROBERTA CATHCART College “Her voice was ever soft and gentle and low, an excellent thing in woman.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., March 9, 1939. From: Anthony School. To: St. Lukes Hospital School of Nursing. Ambition: To be a good nurse. Happiest When: With friends. Favorite Expres¬ sion: “Honestly.” Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning. Sali¬ ent Characteristic: Reticent. Probable Fate: Hog caller. Activities: Girls’ Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Choristers 3, 4. French Club 2, 3. Student Council 2. Majorette 3. Blue Banner 2, 3. Honor Society 3, 4. Traffic Squad 4. G.A.A. 2, 3. Twenty-five RICHARD ROMEO CLAFLIN— “Dick” Business “He will laugh thee to scorn.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., October 8, 1939. From: St. Joseph School. To: U. S. Army. Ambition: To get off moon, before Ken arrives. Happiest When: Talking. Favorite Expression: “Oh, sure!” Pet Peeve: 8:30 to 1:45. Salient Characteristic: Diabolical. Probable Fate: Making love to Juliet. Activities: Track 1. RUSSELL STANLEY CLUNIE —“Russ ’ 3 Civic “Cheer up; the worst is yet to come.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., December 11, 1939. From: Oxford School. To: U. S. Air Force. Ambition: Become second to reach the moon. Happiest When: Not working. Favorite Expression: “So?” Pet Peeve: Homework. Salient Character¬ istic: Humor. Probable Fate: “Racing with the moon.” Activities: Homeroom Vice President 3. Art Club Vice President 3. Choristers 4. DAVID VIERA COELHO —“Elvis” Civic “ He’s winding up the watch of his wit.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., March 5, 1940. From: Saint John’s Academy. To: U. S. A. F. Ambition: United States Air Force. Happiest When: Dancing and hanging around a juke box. Favorite Expression: “Hey, man I don’t dig that jive.” Pet Peeve: Short hair. Salient Characteristic: Elvis Presley look. Probable Fate: Square from nowhere. NORMA MAY COSTA College “Good manners and soft words have brought many a difficult thing to pass.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., May 13, 1939. From: Rogers School. To: Labor Market. Ambition: To lead a happy, peaceful, life. Happiest When: Happy. Favorite Expression: “I wanna thank ya.” Pet Peeve: Catching colds. Salient Characteristic: Soda and chips. Probable Fate: Avon Representative. Activities: French Club 3. HUTTLESTONIAN 3, 4. Twenty-six FRANCIS JOSEPH COX —“Joe Frappe” Civic “Without love and laughter there is no joy.” Born: New Bedford. Mass., December 2, 1938. From: New Hampton School. To: Business School. Ambition: To be an accountant. Happiest When: Sleeping. Salie nt Characteristic: Laugh. Probable Fate: Candy Cook. Activities: Band 1, 2, 4. Orchestra 1, 2. Choristers 4. AUDREY MAY CZAYA Business “Beauty is the mark god sets on virtue.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., May 4, 1939. From: East Fairhaven School. To: Work. Ambition: Work in an office. Happiest When: When my mother hands over the allowance. Favorite Expression: Oh, how cheap I feel! Pet Peeve: My father’s car and when he changes the station from rock ’n’ roll to news. Salient Characteristic: Clothes. Probable Fate: News Com¬ mentator. Activities: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Home room Treasurer 1. Fresh¬ man-Sophomore Chorus 1. Girls Basketball team 3, 4. Pep Squad 3. Driver Education 4. ALBERT DAHL— “Al” College “Hunger is the best sauce.” Born: Brooklyn, New York, September 13, 1939. From: Oxford School. To: University of Cincinnati. Ambition: Aeronauti¬ cal Engineering. Happiest When: I have money. Favorite Ex¬ pression: “How Bout That?” Pet Peeve: Mickey Mantle. Salient Characteristic: Ice-cream. Probable Fate: Good-Humor Man. Activities: Tennis 2. Football 3. GEORGE H. DAHLBERG Civics “The cheerful man’s a king.” Born: Acushnet, Mass., April 5, 1938. From: Normandin Junior High School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Floriculturist. Hap¬ piest When: With Sandy. Favorite Expression: “Nasty break.” Pet Peeve: Geting up in the morning. Salient Characteristic: Organ Music. Probable Fate: Weeder. Activities: Key Club 2. Dramatic Club 3. Tiventy-seven GLADYS ANN DAV1DSEN College “Her silver voice is the rich music of a sumvier bird.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., July 28, 1939. From: Anthony School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Nurse. Happiest When: Week¬ ends arrive. Favorite Expression: “No sa.” Pet Peeve: Ar¬ guments. Salient Characteristic: Bookworm. Probable Fate: Ford fender smasher. Activities: Class Secretary 1, 3. Home room officer 2. Executive Committee 2. Dance committee 1, 2, 3, 4. Girls Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Choristers 3, 4. Secretary 3, 4. Vocal Ensemble 3. Double Quartet 4. Basketball 2, 3, 4. Junior Prom attendant 3. Traffic Squad 4. Pep squad 3, 4. President 4. Class Sec¬ retary 4. JO-ANN DAVIS— “Jody” College “A daughter of the gods, divinely tall and most divinely fair.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., January 28, 1940. From: Rogers School. To: College. Ambition: Thespian. Happiest When: Day-dreaming. Favorite Expression: Perverse wretch! Pet Peeve: Omniscient directors. Salient Characteristic: Model. Probable Fate: Star gazer. Activities: Freshman-Sophomore Chorus 1, 2. Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Choristers 4. Trio 3. Art Club 1, 3, 4. HUTTLESTONIAN Staff 4. CLAIRE THERESA DE BLOIS Business “A short saying often carries much wisdom.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., September 18, 1939. From: Sacred Hearts Academy. To: Undecided. Ambition: Private Secre¬ tary. Happiest When: Driving my father’s car. Favorite Ex¬ pression: “Ya wanna bet?” Pet Peeve: History. Salient Char¬ acteristic: U. S. History. Probable Fate: Historian. Activities: Library Assistant 2. ELIZABETH HELEN DE GRAW— “Betty” College “She seems quiet, but still water runs deep.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., May 11, 1939. From: Tripp School. To: The Fairhaven Star. Ambition: Linotype operator. Hap¬ piest When: With the boys. Favorite Expression: “Guess what!” Pet Peeve: Math 12. Salient Characteristic: Quietness. Probable Fate: “Little Canedys”. Twenty-eight NANCY JANE DE SOUZA— “Nan” Business “High erected thoughts seated in a heart of courtesy”. Born: New Bedford, Mass., August 9, 1939. From: East Fairhaven School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Office worker. Happiest When: Getting out of work. Favorite expression: Oh! Great. Pet Peeve; Waiting an hour for a bus. Salient Characteristic: Quiet. Probable Fate: Waitress in a bus depot. Activities: Homeroom secretary 1. Library Assistant 1, 2. Dra¬ matic Club 3. Traffic Squad 3, 4. Sewing Club 2. SHEILA ELAINE DE WOLFE Business “ ’Tis but a freckle; never wind it!” Born: Brockton, Mass., January 1, 1939. From: St. Joseph School. To: Undecided. Happiest When: With Norman. Favorite Ex¬ pression: “I give up.” Pet Peeve: Tests. Salient Characteris¬ tic: Freckles. Probable Fate: Ambitious. Activities: Sewing Club 1, 2, 3. JANET BEATRICE DEXTER— “Jan” Business “Happiness was born a twin.” Born: Mattapoisett, Mass., June 14, 1938. From: Mattapoisett Center School. To: International Business Machines. Am¬ bition: To change Miss to Mrs. Happiest When: Driving my uncle’s Mercury. Favorite Expression: Who’s that! Pet Peeve: Riding in convei’tibles with the top up. Salient Characteristic: Twin. Probable Fate: Old maid. Activities: Basketball 1. Traffic Squad 1. Cafeteria 2. Driver Education 4. JANICE BARBARA DEXTER— “Jan” Business “She has a nature both quiet and pleasing.” Born: Mattapoisett, Mass., June 14, 1938. From: Mattapoisett Center School. To: Business School. Ambition: To get my M. R. S. degree. Happiest When: Driving. Favorite Expres¬ sion: “Who’s paying?” Pet Peeve: Coming in early. Salient Characteristic: Twin. Probable Fate: Toni Model. Activities: Basketball 1. Traffic Squad 1. Cafeteria 2. Driver Education 4. Twenty-nine STEPHEN GIFFORD DREW— “Fish” Civic “His talents were of the more silent class.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., October 30, 1938. From: Tripp School. To: Textile. Ambition: Fish packer. Happiest When: With the guys. Favorite Expression: “Are you kidding?” Pet Peeve: Being called Fish. Salient Characteristic: Fish. Prob¬ able Fate: Teaching trumpet to fishes. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Track 3. GERTRUDE MARY DUARTE— “Gert” Civics “I have returned to this, my native place.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass. Date: February 14, 1940. From: Tripp School. Ambition: Marriage. Favorite Expression: “How about that?” Pet Peeve: School. Happiest When: With Jack. Salient Characteristic: Taciturnity. Probable Fate: Career Girl. NOMA CLAIRE DULUDE Business “Sweet and smiling are thy ways.” Born: Acushnet, Mass., October 24, 1938. From: St. Francis Xavier. To: Undecided. Ambition: Que Sera, Sera. Happiest When: Teasing others. Favorite Expression: “Oh, no!” Pet Peeve: Elvis Presley. Salient Characteristic: Speed. Prob¬ able Fate: Test Pilot. Activities: Sewing Club 2. Dramatic Club 3. Cooking Club 1. JANICE PRISCILLA DUNN— “Jan” College “Bright gem, instinctive music, vocal spark.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., February 9, 1939. From: Mattapoisett Center School. To: Unknown. Ambition: Linguist. Happiest When: Talking. Favorite Expression: “I say there, old sock.” Pet Peeve: Math. Salient Characteristic: Long Compositions. Probable Fate: Speechless. Activities: Girls Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Traffic Squad 1, 3, 4. (Senior Lieutenant). Choristers 3, 4. Double Quartet 4. Art Club 2, 3. Basketball 1. Dramatic Club 3. G. A. A. 3. HUTTLESTONIAN Staff 4. Pep Squad 4. Thirty DENNIS ALLEN DUVAI -“Dennie” College “He’s a good man; I’ll say that for him.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., February 17, 1940. From: Oxford School. To: College. Ambition: Ambassador. Happiest When: List¬ ening to Benny Goodman. Favorite Expression: “I like Ike”. Pet Peeve: Them “Damn Yankees”. Salient Characteristic: “That Ivory Look.” Probable Fate: Democratic president. Activities: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4. President 4. Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. Honor Society 3, 4. Home Room President 2. Executive Committee 2. Baseball 3, 4. French Club 3. HUT- TLESTONIAN Editorial Staff 4. Class Vice-President 3. Class President 4. BARBARA ANN MARIE FAGUNDES— “Babs” Civic “A little light, a little joy.” Born: Acushnet, Mass., April 17, 1938. From Anthony School. To: Cape Cod Hospital. Ambition: To help the miserable crea¬ tures on this miserable planet (including myself). Happiest When: Reading poems, sitting in silence. Favorite Expression: “You ain’t nothing but a Hound Dog.” Pet Peeve: The world, “Grandpa Feebe”, and Elvis Presley. Salient Characteristic: Petite. Probable Fate: Animal trainer. Activities: Library assistant 2, 3. ALAN FRANCIS FALES— “Al” Civic “The sleep of a laboring man is sweet.” Born: Sharon, Mass., September 4, 1938. From Mattapoisett Center School. To: U. S. Navy. Ambition: To become friends with the police. Happiest When: Working on cars or with the gang. Favorite Expression: “Well, I’ll be darned.” Pet Peeve: Walking. Salient Characteristic: Cat naps. Probable Fate: Rip Van Winkle. ALFRED L. FARIA, JR .—“Freddie” Civic ‘“We’re all good fellows together.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., April 26, 1939. From: Tripp School. To: Air Force. Ambition: Become a secret machinist at Doug¬ las Air Craft. Happiest When: Driving my ’39 Chevie. Fav¬ orite Expression: “You bet.” Pet Peeve: Girls. Probable Fate: The Continental. Salient Characteristic: Crew cut. Activities: Homeroom Treasurer 1. Football 2. Thirty-one PERRY DANIEL FARIA— “Peewee” Civic “For every why he had a whereof.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., June 24, 1938. From: Mattapoisett Center School. To: Undecided. Ambition: To become Charles Atlas. Happiest When: Sleeping. Favorite Expression: “What?” Pet Peeve: Potato chips. Salient Characteristic: Muscles on his muscles. Probable Fate: Weight lifter. Activities: Football 4. Baseball 2, 3, 4. AUDREY JANE FISHER— “Aud” Business “Silence is most noble.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., May 31, 1939. From: St. Joseph School. To: Business world. Happiest When: Watching Rin Tin Tin and getting into mischief. Favorite Expression: ”Aw come on.” Pet Peeve: Wearing boots to school when it’s raining. Salient Characteristic: Lunch room. Probable Fate: Dog Trainer. Activities: G.A.A. 2. Girls Glee Club 3, 4. Choristers 4. ROBERTA GENE FLACK— “Bobbie” College “O, bed! bed! bed! delicious bed!” Born: New York City, New York, March 9, 1939. From: Tripp School. To: College. Ambition: To be, and make others, happy. Happiest When: With all kinds, sizes, and shapes of people. Favorite Expression: “Honest to Pete” Pet Peeve: Distance, and boys who talk about cars. Salient Characteristic: Sleepyhead. Probable Fate: Louise Llewellyn III. Activities: Orchesti’a 1, 3, 4. Girls Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Double Quartet 4. Blue Banner 3. Choristers 3, 4. CHARLES FRANCIS FOLEY— “Charley” College “A man’s popularity is an index to his character.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., April 20, 1939. From: Anthony School. To: Teacher’s College. Ambition: Teacher. Happiest When: Standing behind bass drums. Favorite Expression: “Ad Maj- orem Dei Gloriam.” Pet Peeve: Freshmen. Salient Character¬ istic: The luck of the Irish. Probable Fate: Leader of the F. H. S. Junior Band. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. French Club 3. Executive Committee 2, 4. Honor Society 3, 4. Thirty-two LEO ERNEST FORAND College “If he didn’t have that tihinkle in his eye, you could probably call him bashful.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., November 9, 1939. From: Saint Francis Xavier. To: Undecided. Ambition: Work in poultry business. Happiest When: Summer arrives. Favorite Ex¬ pression: “Don’t go away mad, just go away!” Salient Char¬ acteristic: Scooter. Probable Fate: Good egg. RAYMOND A. FRATES —“Ray” College “Ambition dares not stoop.” Born: Mattapoisett, Mass., June 3, 1939. From: Anthony School. To: Service. Ambition: Air Force. Happiest When: 1:45 Friday afternoon. Favorite Expression: “It’s never too late.” Pet Peeve: English compositions. Salient Characteristic: Slide rule. Probable Fate: Doughboy. Activities: Football 3. WILLIAM HENRY FULLER, JR.— “Bill” Civic “In the mood for mischief.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., February 28, 1940. From: Tripp School. To: United States Navy. Ambition: Officer in the U. S. Navy. Happiest When: With Carol or Sandy. Favorite Expression: “Heck!” Pet Peeve: Fairhaven. Salient Char¬ acteristic: Horace. Probable Fate: French Foreign Legion. Activities: Freshmen Chorus, Tennis 1. Track 2, 3, 4. Driver Education. ROBERT K. GARDNER, JR.— “Bob” College “He lives with an easy swing, content with whatever it may bring.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., July 5, 1939. From: Anthony School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Many. Happiest When: Working on my hot rod. Favorite Expression: Censored. Pet Peeve: Girls. Salient Characteristic: Wink. Probable Fate: Gigolo. Thirty-three College CYNTHIA HERDLEY GIFFORD— “Cindy” “Give me your smile; life could not hold a fairer paradise.” Born: Rochester, New York, October 22, 1939. From: Pittsford Central School. To: College. Ambition: To be a teacher. Happiest When: Talking. Favorite Expression: “Allrightie”. Pet Peeve: Customers who come into Keith’s at closing time. Salient Characteristic: Chit chat. Probable Fate: Mrs. Carlos Alves. Activities: Girls’ Chorus 1, 2. G. A. A. 1, 2. Homemaking Club 1, 2. Future Teachers’ Club 3, 4. French Club 4. Girls’ Glee Club 4. MARY ASHLEY HAMER— “Molly” Business “I have a heart ivith room for every joy.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., June 30, 1938. From: East Fairhaven School. To: Work. Ambition: To be a typist and work in an office. Happiest When: With Pete. Favorite Expression: “I was just wondering.” Pet Peeve: Hot rodding bus drivers. Salient Characteristic: Likable. Probable Fate: “Miss Per¬ sonality.” Activities: Freshman-Sophomore Chorus 1. G. A. A. 2, 3, 4. Secretary 3. Girls Basketball 2, 3, 4. Pep Squad 3. Driver Education 4. ANN PITMAN LONGUE HANN— “Annie” Business “To know her is to like her.” Born: Boston, Mass., April 29, 1939. From: Anthony School. To: Business College. Ambition: Secretary. Happiest When: Dur¬ ing the summer in Provincetown. Favorite Expression: Get this woman away from me. Pet Peeve: Letting the cat out at four o’clock in the morning. Salient Characteristic: Cat lover. Probable P ate: Puddle jumper. Activities: Band 3, 4. Orchestra 3, 4. Choristers 3. Girls Glee Club 4. Freshman-Sophomore Chorus 2. Manual Training 2. Driver Education 4. JAMES S. HASKELL, JR.— “Jim” College “Bold, had man.” Born: Biddeford, Maine, October 17, 1939. From: Mattapoisett Center School. To: U. S. Navy. Ambition: Master Diver in U. S. Navy. Happiest When: Near the sea. Favorite Expression: “I guess so.” Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning. Prob¬ able Fate: Truant Officer. Thirty-four MARION BRIDGET HAWCO College “They are never alone that are accompanied with noble thoughts.” Born: Buchans, Newfoundland, Canada, October 16, 1939. From: St. Josephs School. To: A nursing school. Ambition: To be a nurse. Happiest When: Working. Favorite Expression: “Take it easy.” Pet Peeve: People who criticize women drivers. Sal¬ ient Characteristic: Newfoundland accent. Probable Fate: Rapunzel. Activities: Sacred Hearts Academy Glee Club. G. A. A. 2, 3. CAROL ANN HAYTER— “Carol” Business “The Mirth and Fun grew fast.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., August 5, 1939. From: Tripp School. To: Unknown. Ambition: Office worker. Happiest When: When driving the family car. Favorite Expression: “What of it!” Pet Peeve: Arguing with people and doing homework. Salient Characteristic: Impulsiveness. Probable Fate: Lawyer. SANDRA HUDSON HENSHAW College “As the sun glorifies the sky, so is her face illuminated with her eye.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., September 26, 1939. From: Matta- poisett Center School. To: College. Ambition: Undecided. Happiest When: At Keith’s. Favorite Expression: “Well?” Pet Peeve: Back seat drivers. Salient Characteristic: Open collars. Probable Fate: Co-ownership of Keith’s. Activities: Basketball 1. Glee Club 1. Art Club 2, 3. Sewing Club 2. Choristers 3, 4. Honor Society 3, 4. HUTTLESTON- IAN Art Staff 3, 4. Traffic Squad 4. JUDITH ANN HIRSCHMANN— “Judie” College “Blue were her eyes as the fairy flax, Her cheeks like the dawn of day.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., September 21, 1939. From: Rogers School. To: Pembroke. Ambition: Design Engineer. Hap¬ piest When: Sailing. Favorite Expression: True. Pet Peeve: People who leave books on top of the stacks. Salient Charac¬ teristic: Meticulousness. Probable Fate: Moderne Artiste. Activities: Orchestra 2, 3. HUTTLESTONIAN Staff 3, 4. Traffic Squad 4. Manual Training Club 1. Sewing Club 2. Home¬ room Secretary 2. Homeroom President 3. Class Treasurer 3. Student Council 4. Honor Society 3, 4. Freshman-Sophomore Chorus 1. Double Quartet 4. Choristers 4. Spanish Club 2, 3. Advanced Ensemble 3. G. A. A. 1, 2. Executive Committee 4. Junior Prom Committee 3. Thirty-five KENNETH E. IIDA —“Kenny” College “Hello, earth people.” Born: Osaka, Japan, December 6, 1939. From: Iwakuni High School. To: Tokyo University. Ambition: Explorer of Space (Scientist). Happiest When: I succeed in my experiment. Salient Characteristic: Rocket. Probable Fate: First man to reach Mars. CONSTANCE LORRAINE JACQUES— ‘ " Connie”, Business “A generous action is its own reward.” Born: Acushnet, Mass., September 17, 1939. From: St. Francis Xavier School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Secretary. Hap¬ piest When: With Tommy. Favorite Expression: “0 K”. Pet Peeve: Missing the bus in the morning. Probable Fate: Bus “Schedulist.” Activities: Advanced Cooking 1. Senior Sewing Club 2. Pep Squad 3. Driver Education 4. LEWIS FRANK JENNEY —“Big Lou” Civic “On the field of sports are sown the seeds of men.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., November 26, 1938. From East Fair- haven School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Coach. Happiest When: Saturday rolls around. Favorite Expression: “Is that right!” Pet Peeve: Practice. Salient Characteristic: Sporty. Probable Fate: Water-boy. Activities: Basketball 1, 2. Football 2, 3, 4. Track 1, 2, 3, 4. Traffic Squad 3, 4. DONALD D. JOHNSON— “Fuzzy” College “Quietness is best.” Born: Marion, Mass., June 1, 1939. From: Mattapoisett Center School. To: University of N. H. or Coast Guard Academy. Ambition: Civil engineer. Happiest When: With Sandra. Favorite Expression: “Don’t worry about it.” Pet Peeve: Get¬ ting up in the morning. Salient Characteristic: Sandy. Prob¬ able Fate: Atomic Submarine Commander. Activities: Track 2, 3. Band 2, 3, 4. Thirty-six STEPHEN A. JORGENSEN— 1 “Jorgy” College “Blushing is the colour of wisdom.” Born: Geneva, New York, June 7, 1939. From: Anthony School. To: New Bedford Institute of Textiles and Technology. Ambi¬ tion: Electrical Engineering. Favorite Expression: “Aw-shi- boom!” Pet Peeve: No gas! Salient Characteristic: Slide rule. Probable Fate: Perpetual winter. Activities: Homeroom Treasurer 2. Key Club 3, 4. Board of Directors 4. Band 3. Choristers 4. Double Quartet 4. JOSEPH MULLINS KEARLEY —“Twin” Civic “I could never be bored with life.” Born: Gloucester, Mass., May 14, 1939. From: Tripp School. To: Air Force. Ambition: Aviator. Happiest When: Out with the boys. Favorite Expression: “Give me a place to stand and a lever long enough, and I will move the world.” Pet Peeve: Girls who know too much. Salient Characteristic: Monkey suit. Probable Fate: Dirigible pilot. CAROL ANN KENT— “Duchess” Business “A lass to meet, but far better to know.” Born: Cambridge, Mass., September 9, 1939. From: Anthony School. To: Kinyon’s. Ambition: Private Secretary. Hap¬ piest When: Gabbing with Betsy and eating. Favorite Ex¬ pression: “Ma foi.” Pet Peeve: “Ford.” Salient Characteristic: Plaid glasses. Probable Fate: French Interpreter. JUDITH SHEPARD KNOX— “Judy” College “Ye have many strings to your bow.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., April 12, 1939. From: Rogers School. To: College. Ambition: Physical therapist. Happiest When: Among friends. Favorite Expression: “Heavens!” Pet Peeve: Drivers who don’t signal for turns. Salient Characteristic: Cello. Probable Fate: Shepherdess. Activities: Freshman-Sophomore Chorus 1. Senior Sewing Club 2. G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Advanced Ensemble 1,2,3. String Trio 1, 2, 3, 4. Concert band 3. Marching band 3. All-State Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. National Orchestra 3. Chor¬ isters 4. French Club 3. Pep Squad 3, 4. Honor Society 3, 4. Traffic Squad 3, 4. HUTTLESTONIAN Staff 4. Thirty-seven JOSEPH F. KOWAL —“Joe” College “There lies a deal of devilry beneath his mild exterior” Born: Central Falls, Rhode I sland, April 21, 1939. From: Rogers School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Undecided. Happiest When: With the guys. Favorite Expression: “Toughie.” Pet Peeve: Homework. Salient Characteristic: Quizzical. Prob¬ able Fate: Lion tamer. MARIANNE KREMP Civic “Tis better late than never.” Born: Marion, Mass., April 10, 1939. From: Mattapoisett Center School. To: St. Luke’s Hospital. Ambition: Nurse. Happiest When: Making noise. Favorite Expression: “I say now!” Pet Peeve: The “Mad Hatter”. Salient Characteristic: Tardy. Probable Fate: Florence Nightingale II. Activities: Cheerleader 1. Glee Club 1, 2, 3. Orchestra 1. Girls’ Basketball 1. Softball 1. Minstrel Show 1. Class Day 1. Art Club 2, 3. Art Club Treasurer 3. Pep Squad 3. LORRAINE LANDRY— “Lou” Business “Promise is most given when the least is said.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., February 24, 1940. From: Sacred Hearts Academy. To: Undecided. Ambition: Secretary. Hap¬ piest When: Driving. Favorite Expression: “You think so, huh!” Pet Peeve: “Ain’t.” Salient Characteristic: Shy. Prob¬ able Fate: Dare devil. Activities: Glee Club 1. Pep Squad 3. DIANA ELIZABETH LAYCOCK— “Di” College “There is no knowledge that is not power.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., March 5, 1939. From: Rogers School. To: Nursing. Ambition: To lead a happy life and accomplish much. Happiest When: Getting indigestion on pizza with the Maria’s. Favorite Expression: Did you notice! Pet Peeve: Temperamental garbage disposals. Salient Characteristic: Rosy cheeks. Probable Fate: Dishwasher at the Font de Bleu. Activities: Honor Society 3, 4. Secretary of Honor Society 4. Student Council 1. Blue Banner 2, 3, 4. French club 3, 4. Traffic Squad 3, 4. Choristers 3, 4. Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Pep Squad 3, 4. HUTTLESTONIAN Staff 3, 4. Editor-in- chief 4. Junior Prom Committee 3. Executive Committee 2, 3, 4. Thirty-eight WILLIAM LEO LE BLANC— “Billy” Civic “What a frosty-spirited rogue this is.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., July 23, 1938. From: Anthony School. To: Air Force. Ambition: Play baseball. Happiest When: Not in school. Favorite Expression: “Is that so!” Pet Peeve: English class. Salient Characteristic: Whitey. Probable Fate: English Literary Expert. Activities: Traffic Squad 3, 4. Baseball 3, 4. BETTY A. LEITAO— “Bet” Business “A pure compound of frolic and fun, who relished a joke and rejoiced in a pun.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., June 26, 1939. From: Oxford School. To: Work in an office. Ambition: To be happy. Happiest When: With “Hippy!” Favorite Expression: “I guess.” Pet Peeve: Silly girls. Salient Characteristic: Queenly Complex¬ ion. Probable Fate: Little Hippos. Activities: Freshman-Sophomore Chorus 1. Traffic Squad 3, 4. Homeroom Officer 3. Sewing Club 4. MARSHA ANN LIVESLEY— “Marsh” Business “A silent address is the genuine eloquence of sincerity.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., February 22, 1940. From: Anthony School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Medical Secretary. Hap¬ piest When: Out having a good time. Favorite Expression: “Good Heavens!” Pet Peeve: Spinach. Salient Characteris¬ tic: Star Island Romance. Probable Fate: Employee of Dr. Bones. Activities: Pep Squad 3. Girls Glee Club 3, 4. Choristers 3, 4. G. A. A. 3, 4. Driver Training 4. HUTTLESTONIAN Staff 4. Library Assistant 1, 2. SHIRLEY ANN LOPES Business “Her stature small, her nature gay.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., July 21, 1938. From: Anthony School. To: Business School. Ambition: Dental Assistant. Happiest When: Dancing. Favorite Expression: Hi, Cupcake! Pet Peeve: Homework. Salient characteristic: Hair. Probable Fate: Ipana Smile. Thirty-nine GAY LORRAINE College “Many are called but jew are chosen.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., August 2, 1939. From: Rogers School. To: College. Ambition: Teacher or writer. Happiest When: On the high seas. Favorite Expression: “How should I know?” Pet Peeve: Flute solos. Salient Characteristic: Leaping Leona. Probable Fate: U. S. N. “Admiraless”. Activities: Freshman-Sophomore Chorus 1. Wonder Quiz 1. Cooking Club 1. Manual Training Club 1. Marching Band 2, 3, 4. Concert Band 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Advanced En¬ semble 2, 3. Woodwind Quintet 2. French Club 3. HUT- TLESTONIAN Staff 3, 4. Associate Editor 4. Office Aide 4. PAMELA AKERLEY MacGOWAN— “Pammie” College “In each cheek appears a pretty dimple.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., March 5, 1939. From: Rogers School. To: College. Ambition: Executive Secretary. Hap¬ piest When: Among friends. Favorite Expression: Oh, for heavens sakes! Salient Characteristic: Dimples. Probable Fate: Boss’ knee. Activities: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Freshman-Sophomore Chorus 1. Sr. Sewing Club 2. Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. Marching Band 3. French Club 3. Blue Banner Staff 3. Pep Squad 4. Choris¬ ters 4. HUTTLESTONIAN Staff 4. WILLIAM BENOIT MACOMBER, JR.— “Bill” College “The soul of this man is his clothes ” Born: New Bedford, Mass., May 10, 1937. From: New Bedford High School. To: Undecided. Ambition: To be a disc jockey. Happiest When: Dancing to Rock ’N’ Roll” music. Favorite Expression: Don’t spunky monkey. Pet Peeve: Having to get up in the morning for school. Salient Characteristic: Clothes. Probable Fate: Model at Gollis’. LARRY MANN— “Fuzzy” Civic “A new face is always welcome.” Born: Peru, Indiana, January 13, 1939. From: East High School, Bremerton, Washington. To: Undecided. Ambition: To build a good looking hot rod. Happiest When: Working on cars. Favorite Expression: “Got me!” Pet Peeve: “Hamlet”. Sal¬ ient Characteristic: Bean Pole. Probable Fate: Shakespe arean Actor. Activities: Car Club. Basketball. Forty ANNE WINDLE MARSDEN— “Annie” Business “A soft answer turneth away wrath.” Born: West Dennis, Mass., April 26, 1939. From: Bates Junior High. To: Work. Ambition: Private Secretary. Happiest When: With the Maria’s. Favorite Expression: “Who, me?” Pet Peeve: Pizza. Salient Characteristic: Summer Tan. Prob¬ able Fate: Chef Boy-ar-dee’s Secretary. Activities: Freshman-Sophomore Chorus 1, 2. Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Choristers 3, 4. Treasurer 3. Manual Training Class 1. French Club 2. Blue Banner 3, 4. Pep Squad 3, 4. Traffic Squad 3, 4. Honor Society 3, 4. Vice President 4. Homeroom Officer 3. HUTTLESTONIAN Staff 4. Junior Prom Commit¬ tee 3. Executive Committee 4. GORDON TIRRELL MAXFIELD, JR.— “Hoppy” College “He that has patience may compass anything.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., January 19, 1940. From: Rogers School. To: Undecided. Favorite Expression: “Isn’ t that a tuffy.” Pet Peeve: “You can’t use the car.” Salient Character¬ istic: Crutches. Probable Fate: Pogo-stick. Activities: Freshman Basketball Team 1. Key Club 4. Traffic Squad 4. ARTHUR RICHARD McCORMACK— “Mac” Business “A little nonsense now and then. Is relished hy the best of men.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., January 25, 1940. From: Holy Family. To: Air Force. Ambition: Mechanic. Happiest When: With girls. Favorite Expression: “Darn Stinkin’ Thing.” Pet Peeve: Stupid “Rodders”. Salient Characteristic: Knee-high to a grasshopper. Probable Fate: Ringling Bros. Clown. CORINNE McMENAMY College “Beauty is truth, truth beauty — That is all ye know on earth, and all ye need to know.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., April 18, 1939. From: Parting Ways School. To: State Teachers College. Ambition: Teacher. Happiest When: Driving. Favorite Expression: “s’aright.” Pet Peeve: Empty gas tank. Salient Characteristic: Smile. Probable Fate: Gas station attendant. Activities: Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Student Council 1. Freshman Chorus 1. Blue Banner 2. Homeroom Secretary 2, 3. French Club 3, 4. Spanish Club 3, 4. Delegate to Girls’ State 3. Glee Club 4. Forty-one LAWRENCE JOSEPH MEDEIROS— “Larry” College “Those eyes.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., November 22, 1939. From: East Fairhaven School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Diplomatic Courier. Happiest When: Playing sports. Favorite Expression: “Well, then, there, now.” Pet Peeve: Any Math. Salient Characteristic: Twinkle. Probable Fate: Winner of Congres¬ sional 500 yd. dash. Activities: Basketball 3. Traffic Squad 3. FLORENCE J. MELLO— “Flossie” College “In the days of good king Charles.” Born: Mattapoisett, Mass., July 1, 1939. From: Mattapoisett Center School. To: Unknown. Ambition: Music Supervisor. Happiest When: Playing trumpet. Favorite Expression: “I can’t do it!” Pet Peeve: Marching Band. Salient Characteris¬ tic: Trumpet. Probable Fate: Little Elsie’s. Activities: Band 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Basketball 3. Softball 1. Glee Club 1. IDA MAE MELLO Business “Ambition has no rest.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., June 21, 1939. From Oxford School. To: Work. Ambition: To work for the Telephone Company. Happiest When: With Armand. Favorite Expression: “Hey, kiddos! Pet Peeve: People who can give, but can’t take it. Salient Characteristic: Helpfulness. Probable Fate: Crossed Wires. Activities: French Club 1, 2. Class President 1, 3. Homeroom Vice-President 1, 2. Class Vice President 2. Dance Committee 1, 2. Basketball Team 2, 3. Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. Student Council 3, 4. Secretary of Student Council 4. Attendant Junior Prom Queen. Blue Banner Staff 3. Cheerleader 3, 4. Head cheerleader 4. Honor Society 3, 4. President of Honor Society 4. Junior Day Committee. Junior Prom Com¬ mittee. HUTTLESTONIAN Staff 3, 4. Business Manager 4. G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Executive Committee 4. MARY ADELINE FRANCIS MELLO—College “There is music in the sighing of a reed.” Born: Mattapoisett, Mass., July 1, 1939. From Mattapoisett Cen¬ ter School. To: Undecided. Ambition: To be a good musician. Happiest When: With people I like. Favorite Expression: “Hey you.” Pet Peeve: Teasers. Salient Characteristic: Clarinet. Probable Fate: Understudy to Benny Goodman. Activities: Band 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. All State Band 2. Softball 2, 3. Basketball 3, 4. Advanced Ensemble 2, 3. Forty-two PETER D. MENDELL— “Pete” College “Never lacks a friend.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., March 29, 1939. From: Rogers School. To: Undecided. Ambition: To be successful. Hap¬ piest When: Playing Sports. Favorite Expression: Things are rough all over. Pet Peeve. Math and Homework. Sal¬ ient Characteristic: Sportsmanship. Probable Fate: All Am¬ erican. Activities: Track 1, 2, 3, 4. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Captain 4. Home room Treasurer 1. Home room President 2, 3. Key Club 2, 3, 4. Vice President 3. President 4. Traffic squad 2, 3, 4. Junior Lieutenant 3. Captain 4. LESLIE H. MIKALSON— “Les” College “Oh, frabjous day!” Born: New Bedford, Mass., November 4, 1939. From: Rogers School. To: College. Ambition: Wine, women, song. Hap¬ piest When: Eating and sleeping. Favorite Expression: ‘T am good for it!’’ Pet Peeve: School lunches. Salient Charac¬ teristic: Quietness. Probable Fate: Bachelor. Activities: Basketball 3. Executive Committee 3. Key Club 4. Traffic Squad 4. NANCY MONIZ— “Nan” Business “What sweet delight a quiet life affords.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., July 23, 1938. From: Oxford School. To: Work. Ambition: Secretary. Happiest When: Going to the movies. Favorite Expression: “Gee whiz”. Pet Peeve: Homework. Salient Characteristic: Taciturn. Probable Fate: Manicurist. Activities: Sewing Club 1. Cooking Club 2. EDWARD S. MONTEIRO I— “Ed” College “A sensible, well-bred man, born for success.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., November 9, 1938. From: St. Joseph’s School. To: College. Ambition: Chemical engineer. Hap¬ piest When: Playing football. Favorite Expression: “Who’s laughing?” Pet Peeve: Coaches. Salient Characteristics: Suits. Probable Fate: Mad scientist. Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Track 3. Traffic Squad 4. Forty-three ELIZABETH ANN MONTEIRO —“Betty” Business “Self confidence is the first requisite to great understanding.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., June 4, 1939. From: East Fairhaven School. To: An office. Ambition: To become a Stenographer- Typist. Happiest When: It’s Saturday! Favorite Expres¬ sion: Don’t get excited! Pet Peeve: Hot-Rodders! Salient Characteristic: Wardrobe. Probable Fate: Jet pilot. Activities: Homeroom Officer 1. G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 2. Traffic Squad 3, 4. Treasurer of G. A. A. 3, 4. Girls Basketball Team 2, 3, 4. Honor Society 3, 4. Treasurer of Honor Society 3, 4. Pep Squad 3. ROSE MARIE MOTTAS— “Rosie” Business “Small, but oh hoio dear to us!” Born: Acushnet, Mass., July 31, 1939. From: Oxford School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Beautician. Happiest When: Out having fun. Favorite Expression: “Nice!” Pet Peeve: Being called Wees. Salient Characteristic: Joker. Probable Fate: Coiffeur. Activities: Pep Squad 3. G. A. A. 3. Softball 3. Sewing Club 4. LORRAINE LILLIAN NADEAU Business “A little quiet but full of fun.” Born: Acushnet, Mass., October 30, 1938. From. St. Francis Xavier. To: Undecided. Ambition: Work in a doctor’s office. Happiest When: With small children. Favorite Ex¬ pression: “Gee”. Pet Peeve: Bus drivers. Salient Charac¬ teristic: Genial. Probable Fate: “Bus driver-ette”. Activities: Sewing Club 1, 2. Pep Squad 3. Driver Education 4. PATRICIA ANN ORNELLAS— “Pat” College “Wisdom is better than rubies.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., May 4, 1939. From: Brockton High School. To: Bridgewater State Teachers College. Happiest When: Sleeping — IF there is nothing better to do. Favorite Expression: Mercy! Pet Peeve: Unauthorized bosses. Salient Characteristic: Brain. Probable Fate: Journalist. Activities: Glee Club 1, 2. Homeroom Secretary 1. Cheerleader 1. Freshmen Prom Committee 1. Student Council 2. Dra¬ matic Club 2. Intramural Basketball 2. Future Teachers Club 3, 4. Spanish Club 3. Pep Squad 3. HUTTLESTONIAN Staff 4. Forty-four RICHARD STANLEY ORPIN, JR.— “Richie” College “I am escaped with the skin of my teeth” Born: Nantucket, Mass., January 28, 1940. From: Roosevelt Junior High School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Communica¬ tions Expert. Happiest When: Out of school. Favorite Ex¬ pression: “Wotton ' s Dodge is dead.” Pet Peeve: Shakespeare. Salient Characteristic: Stride. Probable Fate: Soda Jerk. DONALD CARLOS PACHECO— “Po-check” Civic “To the man who himself strives earnestly, God also lends a helping hand.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., November 11, 1938. From: Oxford School. To: United States Navy. Ambition: United States Navy. Happiest When: Driving a two hundred Cummins diesel Mack truck. Favorite Expression: “Hayman, mess off.” Pet Peeve: Women drivers. Salient Characteristic: Book worm. Probable Fate: Driving instructor. ROBERT JOSEPH PACHECO— ' ‘Chico” Civic “He makes a solitude and calls it — Peace!” Born: New Bedford, Mass., October 9, 1938. From: Anthony School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Large Business Owner. Happiest When: With Janet. Favorite Expression: He’s no fool, he knows what lie’s doing. Pet Peeve: Homework. Sal¬ ient Characteristic: Yellow Ford. Probable Fate: Monopolist. Activities: Football 2. BARBARA ANN PADELFORD— “Barb” College “The blush is beautiful, but sometimes inconvenient.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., January 12, 1940. From: Rogers School. To: Nursing School. Ambition: Nurse. Happiest When: The gang goes for pizza. Favorite Expression: “I don’t understand.” Pet Peeve: Unfriendly people. Salient Charac¬ teristic: Blush. Probable Fate: Nursing Pizza addicts. Activities: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Advanced En¬ semble 1, 2, 3. Choristers 3, 4. Future Teacher’s Club 1, 2. French Club 3. Blue Banner 3. Forty-five NANCY ELLEN PAGE Business “Her smile is like a rainbow flashing from, the sky.” Born: Acushnet, Mass., July 8, 1939. From: Oxford School. To: Work. Ambition: Undecided. Happiest When: Spending money. Favorite Expression: “Boy!” Pet Peeve: Book Re¬ ports. Salient Characteristic: Pony Tail. Probable Fate: Proofreader. Activities: Girls’ Softball Team 1, 3. G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Vice President 4. Girls’ Basketball Team 3. Homeroom Vice Presi¬ dent 3. Executive Committee 3. HUTTLESTONIAN Business Staff 4. Driver Education 4. Guidance Office Aide 4. LAWRENCE B. PECK— “Larry” College “Ambition — ne’er looks back.” Born: Boston, Mass., September 6, 1938. From: Mattapoisett Cen¬ ter School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Wall Street Executive. Happiest When: Through with homework. Salient Charac¬ teristic: Articulate. Probable Fate: District Attorney. Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Basketball 1. Glee Club 1. Min¬ strel Show 1. Track 2, 3, 4. Key Club 2, 3, 4. Student Council 3. Executive Committee 3. Choristers 4. SUSAN THERESE PEPIN—“Sue” Business “Small service is true service.” Born: Acushnet, Mass., March 17, 1939. From: Oxford School. To: Work. Ambition: Private secretary. Happiest When: With the gang. Favorite Expression: “Very good.” Pet Peeve: Boys who don’t grow tall. Salient Characteristic: Radiance. Probable Fate: Boy-stretcher. Activities: Honor Society 3, 4. Guidance Office worker 4. HUTTLESTONIAN Staff (Business Staff) 4. WAYNE BRADFORD PHILLIPS Civic “We don’t all of us do what we ought — do us?” Born: New Bedford, Mass., October 28, 1939. From: Matta¬ poisett Center School. To: Undecided. Ambition: To grad¬ uate from High School. Happiest When: Reading the latest issue of “Hot Rod” magazine. Favorite Expression: Nice. Pet Peeve: Homework. Salient Characteristic: Bopper coat. Prob¬ able Fate: Waltz king. Forty-six PATRICIA THERESA PIMENTAL— “Pat” College “A good companion, and as good a friend.” % Born: New Bedford, Mass., May 22, 1939. From: Oxford School. To: State Teachers College. Happiest When: Driving or with the gang. Favorite Expression: “Oh, yeh!” Pet Peeve: Wash¬ ing dishes. Salient Characteristic: Earnestness. Probable Fate: Principal. Activities: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 2, 3. Traffic Squad 3, 4. Homeroom 3. Glee Club 4. Girls’ Softball Team 1, 2, 3, 4. Girls’ Basketball Team 2, 3, 4. CARL WALTER PORTE “Three days of the week I don’t worry; Yesterday, today, and tomorrow.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., May 24, 1938. From: Tripp School. To: Air Force or Architectural School. Ambition: To become an architect. Happiest When: Just having fun. Favorite Ex¬ pression: “You can’t fight City Hall.” Pet Peeve: Getting up on a cold January morning and walking to school. Salient Characteristic: Carlos Alves. Probable Fate: City Hall. Activities: Football 1, 2. Freshman-Sophomore Chorus 1. Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Junior Prom Decoration Committee 2, 3. Chor¬ isters 3, 4. Traffic Squad 4. WILLIAM PATRICK POTKAY —“Bill” College “A fellow of infinite jest, of most excellent fancy.” Born: Boston, Mass., August 7, 1939. From: Oxford School. To: U. S. Air Force. Happiest When: On vacation. Favorite Expression: Assassins everywhere. Pet Peeve: Elvis Presley. Salient Characteristic: Ogden Nash. Probable Fate: Mad chemist. Activities: Track 1, 2, 3 ,4. Football 3. JOHN HILLER RADCLIFFE College “To eat is human; to digest, divine.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., October 22, 1939. From: Rogers School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Veterinarian. Happiest When: Out of school. Favorite Expression: Beautiful. Pet Peeve: English. Salient Characteristic: Cadillac. Probable Fate: English Tutor. Activities: Track 1, 2. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. Tennis 3, 4. Home Room President 3. Forty-seven BRENDA MARGARET REGO— “Bren” Business “A girl uie’d hate to he without In anything — a good scout.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., February 15, 1940. From: Anthony School. To: Campbell’s Business School. Ambition: Secretary or Clerical Worker. Happiest When: In Nantucket. Favorite Expression: “Oh Lord!” Pet Peeve: My brother’s trumpet — although he plays quite well. Salient Characteristic: Miss Slim Jim???? Probable Fate: Lady Wrestler. Activities: Freshman Sophomore Chorus 1. Sewing Club 2. Traffic Squad 3, 4. PATRICIA ANN RICHARD— “Pat” Business “Good nature is one of the richest fruits of personality.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., August 12, 1938. From: Oxford School. To: College. Ambition: Governmental accounting or C. P. A. Happiest When: Participating in sports. Favorite Expression: “Real tricky, boy!” Pet Peeve: Homework and oral reports. Salient Characteristic: Athletic. Probable Fate: Yankee man¬ ager. Activities: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Vice President 3. President 4. Softball 1, 2, 3. Basketball 2, 3. Captain of Second Team 2. Co-captain of First Team 3. G. A. A. Demonstration 2, 3. Pep Squad 4. RONALD JOSEPH RICHARD— “Ronnie” Civic “Never say more than is necessary.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., November 27, 1939. From: Oxford School. To: School? Ambition: Owner of Fort Knox. Hap¬ piest When: Standing on the corner with the gang. Favorite Expression: Oh! Cut it out. Pet Peeve: Brother that snores. Salient Characteristic: Placid. Probable Fate: Goldsmith. Activities: Track 1, 2, 3, 4. MEREDITH ANN RICHMOND— “Merrie” College-Civic “Gentlemen always seem to remember blondes.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., June 21, 1939. From: Rogers School. To: Kinyon’s Secretarial School. Ambition: Secretary. Hap¬ piest When: With Chet. Favorite Expression: “How ’bout that!” Pet Peeve: Cold Showers. Salient Characteristic: “Chet ...” Probable Fate: Miss Cuttyhunk. Activities: Future Teachers Club 1, 2. Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Senior Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Choristers 3, 4. Girls’ Glee Club 3, 4. Sewing Club 4. Junior Prom Committee 3. Advanced Ensemble 1, 2. Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Forty-eight College JUDITH SUSANNE ROBINSON— “Judy” “That load becomes light which is cheerfully borne.” Born: Long Island, New York, April 12, 1939. From: Anthony School. To: College. Ambition: To be a success. Happiest When: Making others happy. Favorite Expression: Ah so. Pet Peeve: Boys’ egotism. Salient Characteristic: Disposition. Probable Fate: Ambassador to Switzerland. Activities: Student Council 2. Cheerleader 2, 3, 4. Choristers 3, 4. Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. French Club 3. Girls Glee Club 3, 4. President 3. Freshman-Sophomore Chorus 2, 3. Class Vice-President 1. Class President 2. Executive Committee 3. Future Teachers 3. Treasurer 3. Dramatic Club 3. Secretary 3. Art Club 3. A. F. S. Summer exchange student 3. Manual Training 1. Dance committee 1, 2. Junior Prom decoration chairman 3. Junior Prom Queen. HUTTLESTONIAN Staff 3, 4. G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Blue Banner Staff 2, 3, 4. Homeroom officer 1. Vice-President 4. MARIE LORRAINE ROSE Business “A light heart lives long.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., June 25, 1939. From: Rogers School. To: Kinyon’s. Ambition: Secretary. Happiest When: Driving my father’s car. Favorite Expression: “You’d better believe it!” Pet Peeve: Getting up Monday morning. Salient Char¬ acteristic: Short skirt. Probable Fate: Twirling instructor. Activities: Band Majorette 3, 4. LAWRENCE ROY —“Larry” College-Civic “Art is poicer.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., December 13, 1938. From: Anthony School. To: U. S. Air Force. Ambition: Mechanic. Happiest When: At a drag race. Favorite Expression: “Why?” Pet Peeve: Girls who scuff their feet. Salient Characteristic: Tin can on wheels. Probable Fate: Cobbler. Activities: Football 2. JEAN KENT SANTOS —“Jeannie Beannie” Business “A merry heart is a gift of nature.” Birth: New Bedford, Mass., February 2, 1940. From: Taylor School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Telephone Operator. Hap¬ piest When: With Lin. Favorite Expression: Slightly. Pet Peeve: My sister. Salient Characteristic: Horse Farm. Prob¬ able Fate: To wed a giant. Activities: Freshmen Chorus 1. Future Teacher Club 2. Traffic Squad 4. Driver Education 4. Forty-nine THOMAS DANIEL SANTOS— “Danny” Civic “From the crown of his head to the sole of his foot, he is all mirth.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., November 8, 1939. From: Sacred Hearts Academy. To: Undecided. Ambition: To go to Califor¬ nia. Happiest When: Trying to talk Portuguese. Favorite Expression: Wanna bet! Salient Characteristic: Tea drinker. Probable Fate: “California, here I come.” Activities: Football 2, 3, 4. Baseball 2, 3, 4. Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. Track 2, 3, 4. RONALD A. SECIA— “Ronnie” College “Homework fascinates me. I can sit and look at it all day.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., September 3, 1939. From: Matta- poisett Center School. To: Air Force. Ambition: Undecided. Happiest When: Out of School. Favorite Expression: “Drop Dead”. Pet Peeve: Math Class. Salient Characteristic: Dark Eyes. Probable Fate: Math professor. Activities: Concert Band 2, 3. Marching Band 2, 3. CAROL ANN SHERMAN— “Blondie” Business “And yonder sits a maiden, the fairest of the fair. With gold in her garment, glittering and she combs her golden hair.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., July 31, 1938. From: Tripp School. To: Telephone Company. Ambition: Telephone operator and wife. Happiest When: With Paul. Favorite Expression: “Oh, my Lord!” Pet Peeve: My sister, Margie. Salient Characteris¬ tic: Six “rocks”. Probable Fate: German governess. Activities: Vocal Music 1. Sewing Club 1. Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. Future Teachers 2. Driving Education 4. HUTTLES- TONIAN Business Staff 4. Manual Training 1. MARJORIE ETTA SHERMAN— “Trade” College “Life without laughing is a dreary blank.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., November 14, 1939. From: Tripp School. To: St. Lukes Nursing School. Ambition: To become a nurse, then to get married. Happiest When: Sleeping. Favorite Expression: “Don’t know, do ya!” Pet Peeve: When Sylvia stalls the car. Salient Characteristic: Practical Joker. Prob¬ able Fate: Mechanic. Activities: Girls Glee Club 3, 4. Dramatic Club 3. Homeroom Secretary 1. Art Club 1. Spanish Club 3. Blue Banner 3. Traffic Squad 3, 4. Driver Education 4. Manual Training 1. Pep Squad 2, 3. Fifty STANLEY SIKORSKI— “Stan” College “I would be friend to all.” Born: Acushnet, Mass., September 22, 1939. From: Our Lady of Perpetual Help. To: U. S. Air Force. Ambition: To suc¬ ceed in life. Happiest When: Lifting weights. Favorite Ex¬ pression: “What’s new?” Pet Peeve: Foolish girls. Salient Characteristic: Dumb bells. Probable Fate: Mr. America. PATRICIA ANN SILVA— “Pat” Business “And let’s be red with mirth.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., March 17, 1939. From: Anthony School. To: Wilfred’s Academy. Ambition: Hairdresser. Hap¬ piest When: With the girls. Favorite Expression: “Oh, hon¬ estly!” Pet Peeve: Drivers turning corners with no signal. Salient Characteristic: Good humor. Probable Fate: Home permanent expert. Activities: Freshman-Sophomore chorus 1. G. A. A. 1. Band 3. SUSAN ANN SILVEIRA —“Maria” “A merry heart doeth good like a medicine.’ College Born: New Bedford, Mass., January 22, 1940. From: Tripp School. To: College. Ambition: Nurse. Happiest When: Weekends come. Favorite Expression: “What a ball!” Pet Peeve: Practicing clarinet. Salient Characteristic: Sun Maid. Probable Fate: Solo clarinet in Boston Symphony. Activities: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Sewing Club 2. Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. Junior Lieutenant 3. Captain 4. French Club 3. Junior Prom Committee 3. Basketball Team 3, 4. Captain of Second Team 3. Honor Society 3, 4. HUTTLES- TON1AN Staff 3, 4. Marching Band 3, 4. Choristers 4. Girls’ Glee Club 4. Class Treasurer 4. HOWARD M. SMITH— “Smitty” Business “Fate tried to conceal him by naming him Smith.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., February 22, 1939. From: East Fair- haven School. To: Air Force. Ambition: To get ahead in life. Happiest When: When I’ve has in my car. Favorite Ex¬ pression: “I don’t like it.” Pet Peeve: Getting up early in the morning. Probable Fate: Night watchman. Salient Char¬ acteristic : ’47 Pl ymouth. Fifty-one BARBARA L. SMYTHE College “Her angel’s face . . . made a sunshine in the shady place.” Born: Westfield, Mass., June 10, 1939. From: Mattapoisett Cen¬ ter School. To: Junior College. Ambition: Happiness, Success in retailing. Pet Peeve: Silly people. Salient Characteristic: Doffing her glasses. Probable Fate: Queen of Rock and Roll. Activities: Executive Board 2, 3. BARBARA MAY SOUZA —“Isha Munn” Business “Full of fun, merry all the day.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., October 3. 1939. From: Tripp School. To: Business School. Ambition: Secretary. Happiest When: With Pete. Favorite Expression: Ya-Ha! Salient Characteris¬ tic: Mischievous. Probable Fate: Mad typist. Activities: Orchestra 1. HUTTLESTONIAN Business Staff 4. Student Council Vice President 4. Honor Society 3, 4. ANN M. TAYLOR Business “No wealth is like a quiet mind.” Birth: Fairha ven, Mass., December 30, 1939. From: Oxford School. To: College. Ambition: To become an Airline Hos¬ tess. Happiest When: Having a good time. Favorite Expres¬ sion: Oh well. Salient Characteristic: Notices. Probable Fate: Dale Evans. Activities: Spanish Club 2. G. A. A. 3. Girl’s Basketball Team 3. Pep Squad 3. Dramatic Club 3. Driver Training 4. ALBERT RAY TEIXEIRA— “Abie” College “Manners maketh man.” Born: Dartmouth, Mass., December 22, 1939. From: Rogers School. To: Undecided. Ambition: To be a success. Happiest When: Playing sports. Favorite Expression: “That’s life.” Pet Peeve: Losing a game. Salient Characteristic: Muscles. Probable Fate: Fly trainer. Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Fifty-two GLADYS M. TEIXEIRA— “Glad” Business “Wedding is destiny.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., March 27, 1939. From: Oxford School. To: Work. Ambition: To be a good housewife. Happiest When: With Bill. Favorite Expression: “I don’t know.” Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning. Salient Char¬ acteristic: Diamond. Probable Fate: Mrs. America. Activities: Freshman-Sophomore Chorus 1. Student Council 2. Honor Society 3, 4. Executive Committee 3. Pep Squad 3. HUTTLESTONIAN Business Staff 4. Sewing Club 4. i PATRICIA JEAN TETREAULT— “Pat” Business “Wedding is the hardest band that only man can take on hand.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., June 23, 1939. From: Rogers School. To: Undecided. Ambition: To work in Telephone Company. Happiest When: With Phil. Pet Peeve: Getting out of bed to come to school. Salient Characteristic: Full skirts. Prob¬ able Fate: Dressmaker. Activities: Traffic Squad 3, 4. RICHARD DENNIS TIRRELL —“Dick” College “Sigh no more, my ladies, sigh no more.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., September 27, 1938. From: Center School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Clinical Psychiatrist. Hap¬ piest When: Going to a movie. Favorite Expression: Work fas¬ cinates me. I could watch it all day. Pet Peeve: Pm always working. Salient Characteristic: “Wigs”. Probable Fate: Janitor in the Globe Theatre. Activities: Dramatic Club 3. Double Quartet 4. CHARLES ROGER TRIPP— “Charlie” Civic “Above all things, a good fellow.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., December 5, 1938. From: East Fairhaven School. To: To do something for the world. Happiest When: With Dave and Frank. Favorite Expression: Hey animal! Pet Peeve: People that know too much. Salient Characteristic: Piercing Gaze. Probable Fate: Cave man. Activities: Football 3, 4. Fifty-three College VIVIAN LEE WHITE— “Viv” “Music is well said to be the speech of angels.” Born: Tampa, Florida, March 24, 1939. From: Anthony School. To: College. Ambition: To help people and learn how to play the piano. Happiest When: Seeing that certain someone and when I’m busy. Favorite Expression: “Don’t feel so bad, it could be worse.” Pet Peeve: Short hair and living by routines. Salient Characteristic: “Miss Florida.” Probable Fate: Human¬ itarian. Activities: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Marching Band 1, 2. Or¬ chestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Advanced Ensemble 1, 2, 3. All-State Or¬ chestra 1, 2, 3. Concert Mistress 4. String Trio 3, 4. Choris¬ ters 3, 4. Girls’ Glee Club 4. Blue Banner Staff 2, 3. SALLIE-LOU WILCOX— “Sal” Business “Lightly was her slender nose tip-tilted like the petal of a flower.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., July 27, 1939. From Anthony School. To: Business Office. Ambition: Secretary to Ted Williams. Happiest When: Eating steaks. Pet Peeve: Elvis Presley. Probable Fate: Secretary to Elvis Presley. Salient Characteristic: Drummer boy. Activities: Band 3, 4. FRANK ELWOOD WOTTON— 1 “Frankie” College “His disposition is as sunny as his hair.” Born: Thomaston, Maine, September 2, 1939. From: East Fair- haven School. To: Undecided. Ambition: To win the “Indian¬ apolis 500”. Happiest When: Driving a car and being with my buddies. Favorite Expression: “Is that right?” Pet Peeve: Women drivers. Salient Characteristic: Towhead. Probable Fate: Cop. Activities: Student Council 1, 2. French Club 3. Camera shy: ROBERT CAHOON EDWARD E. LONGO Fifty-four Left to right: — E. Stening, President; E. Radcliffe, Treasurer; A. Kucharsky, Vice- President; P. Maxfield, Secretary. Left to right: — T. Mendell, Secretary; M. Gardner, President; B. Govoni, Treasurer; Mr. Dufour, Advisor; D. Johnson, Vice President. mm Left to right: — R. Collins, President; R. Murphy, Vice-President; Mrs. Bruce, Class Advisor; E. Mahoney, Secretary; R. Downing, Treasurer. Fifty-six 1958 JUNIOR JOTTINGS We, the class of ’58, Thank the Seniors, who are great, For the space to write this page, Although it proves we’re not too sage. You all know your history, But to us it’s a mystery. Nor can we write good poetry; Here’s proof: this line won’t rhyme. When Columbus sailed the ocean blue, He found Chief Hopalong Lanoue, Who, with sidekick. Heap Big Jerry, Led his team to victorerry. Pocahontas saved the day, (And John Smith’s neck, I’ve heard them say,) But saving his hot rod is now the aim Of our John Howcroft of highway fame. When Miles Standish was too shy, And thought of blushing he would die, He’d send John Alden, who was, ’twould seem, The ancestor of Alden, Jean. First U. S. President was George, (But it wasn’t Correa at Valley Forge!) Then came Madison and his wife Dolly, Our first lady is Rosemary “Collie”. Modern history is now being made, The memories of which will never fade. Here at last, much is revealed, Most of which were better concealed. Of several scientists we can boast, And of musicians there’s a host, But it’s in sports we’re really best; ’58 leads all the rest. P. Goulet’s a star on the football team, This boy is really “on the beam!” And whence, thinkest thou, comest these roars? From the illustrious Pep Squad, cheering his scores Our gal, Sheila Cousy, is girls’ basketball’s threat. She’ll score double figures, you can safely bet. Guarding the line is Evelyn Martin, She’s indomitable as a Greek Spartan. We name Sue Pierce our class belle, She always has news and gossip to tell. But the authorities like to furtell, The new class Romeo to be Bill Purtell. Susan Dodge, with labors painstaking, Endeavors to excel in the art of dressmaking. Still she’ll never be another Betsy Ross, Even though she’s in our grand Junior Closs. The Sunflower of our class is pert Sis Jenney. Her smile is as sparkling as a shiny new penny. And Barb Besse too, has a nature as good And simply loves sailing as a Mariner should. Who is the girl who sleeps in her locker. Possible? Yes, when it’s tiny Majocka. There’s also a gent who follows this path, Peter Pelton, of course, who collapses in math. The Wright brothers won national fame When they flew the first aeroplane. But we have very famous lovers, Known to all as the Titcomb brothers. Bob Comeau wants passengers in cars To go along with him on his way to the stars. But all is lost, for with much leisure A space ship will pass him, inside, A. Plezia. Like T. R. who became President, Our Teddy Govoni is a Rough Riding gent. His little red Ford to him is dear, But he leaves all pedestrians quaking with fear. The he-man of our class, Giles Dunn, Has the biceps. Oh, muscular one! And Barry Hagen, notorious skin diver, In Choristers is a devilish conniver. Smiling Joan Sylvia is ’most always late. A time study expert is her probable fate. And Sue Rychlinski, with that guilty blush, Always seems to be in a rush. Minus Fred Spicer and his “real cool” drums, Miss Hastings, for ulcers, could take fewer Turns. And though D. Cooper is no Jack Benny, Her music is soothing and sweet to many? Andy Martin’s ambitions are few; He enjoys life to the fullest; don’t you? It seems to us that H. Steve Browne Deserves the title, “Our Class Clowne.” When the Pilgrims landed, things weren’t so dandy, But everything’s fine with the optimist, Sandy. Rosie Murphy is always full of fun; With a twinkle in her eyes, she’s as bright as the sun. We need Ellen Einstein, the mathematician, To tally up Barry, the scoring magician. From the cheerleading squad we almost played hooky, Until it was joined by pert-looking Snookie. The pride of the Business Course, Aline Martel, Has excellent marks and good looks as well. But there never was one with more homework woes, Than our comedian, Miss Jacqueline Rose. J. Vohnoutka, C. Olivera, and L. Wenzel, we figger, Have the longest pony tails with the exception of Trigger. And Bob Botelho, if his hair gets much thinner, Can make tidy sums imitating Yul Brynner. Since Washington’s time, the Inaugural Ball Has proved a good time for one and all. But with our Junior Prom it can’t compare; Our king and queen were the handsomest pair. No Longfellows or Poes are we, (As by this poem, you can see,) But we’ve enjoyed it, haven’t you? And here the Junior Page is through. Jean Alden, ’58 Barbara Besse, ’58 H. Stevens Browne, ’58 Dana Greenfield, ’58 Ellen Mahoney, ’58 Rosemary Murphy, ’58 3mX area “This generation of Americans has a rendezvous with destiny.” Franklin D. Roosevelt Just as our great nation was once young, inexperienced, and beginning its evolution to greatness, so, too, the class of 1957 entered the Freshman year in 1953 with little experience and knowledge of what the future had in store. Our stalwart class embarked on its Freshman year with Ida Mello as captain; Judy Robinson, 1st mate; Christine Brodeur, Yeoman, and Gladys Davidsen, Purser. Mr. Bradford Pierce was our unerring pilot. Upon landing at Plymouth Rock, we held a celebration known as the “Bunny Hop” with our sister ship the “Sophomores”. To raise money for this event and similar ones in the future, we sold pencils to fellow pilgrims and all friendly Indians. Judy Robinson’s cheering, kindling the spirits of pilgrims and Indians alike, won her a place on the cheering squad. During the next year, life was not so quiet, as we waged a determined war against our books and studies. Judy Robinson was our able general, with Ida Mello as second in command, and Jack Alden, Quartermaster, Christine Brodeur, ordinance officer, and Mrs. Margaret Howland, Drill sergeant, completing the vanguard. This year also our ranks were sup¬ plemented by a noble regiment from Mattapoisett. To raise money for supplies, we sold greeting cards, and presented the Freshman-Sophomore Dance. Ida Mello was chosen by government officials to help cheer on our more athletic forces. At the end of the year, we ended the war, having conquered our Sophomore schoolwork. In our Junior year, we concentrated on opening up and pushing back the frontiers of knowledge. The leaders of our hardy group were Ida Mello, Dennis Duval, Gladys Davidsen, and Judie Hirschmann, with Mr. Earl J. Dias as scout. In our travels through the wilderness, we came across a beautiful snowy glade, which we used as the setting of our “Winter Wonderland”. In this celebration we were joined by our fellow frontiersmen of the Senior class. Needing supplies, we bartered with the Indians, exchanging greet¬ ing cards for much-needed wampum. During one stop on our journey, some of our members were inducted into the National Honor Society with impressive ceremonials. As we progressed, Joyce Belleveau was added to the cheering squad to sustain and encourage the spirits of those who lagged behind. Sixty-two Some of our hardier homesteaders were dispatched as explorers to insure friendly relations with other pioneers. Judy Robinson was sent on the farthest journey; to Switzerland, as a Foreign Exchange Student. Our talented Judy Knox was sent to the National Orchestra to charm the natives there with her beautiful music. Corinne McMenamy and Thomas Barron were sent to Girls’ and Boys’ State respectively to en¬ courage peace and promote the general welfare. Near the end of our journey, we held two celebrations, Junior Day and the Junior Prom. At the latter, in a setting of moonlight and roses, Judy Robinson was crowned our pioneer Queen. Our passage completed, we hardy pioneers faced the final, unvanquished frontier stretching be¬ yond the horizon. The advent of our senior year found our class in a frolic-some and light hearted mood, somewhat resembling that of the roaring ’20’s. Dennis Duval, Judy Robinson, Gladys Davidsen, and Susan Silveira set the pace as our jovial leaders, and Mrs. Cromie became our class advisor. Feeling the urge to dabble in the arts, an illustrious and talented troupe of Thespi¬ ans began rehearsals with fervor on “The Girl in the Rain”, our Senior class play. This year Kenneth Iida of Japan joined us as our Foreign Exchange Student. Some of our Seniors have won special recognition for various deeds; Lorraine Landry received an award as Fairhaven High School winner of the Betty Crocker Homemaking Contest, Roberta Flack won the area “Voice of Democracy” contest, Ida Mello was chosen as the D. A. R. representative of our class, and on Student Government Day, Dennis Duval sat in the Boston capitol as Secretary of State. Four seniors were inducted into the Honor Society in its annual initiation. At the Senior Prom on June 7th, the Senior “Bunny huggers” and “Charlestoners” may be seen celebrating the coming graduation. Thus approaches the end of our high school days. N. Costa ’57 D. Duval ’57 D. Laycock ’57 G. Lorraine ’57 P. Ornellas ’57 S. Silveira ’57 Sixty-three Outlook Bright iflairhamm (gajrttf Latest Vol. MDCDLVIII March 12, 2000 CLASS OF ’57 Becomes Friends with Police The notorious, lethargic Fales has finally awakened to the fact that crime doesn’t pay, and has finally waved the flag of truce and become friends with police chiefs in the Greater Fairhaven Area. World A - Kilter The world was lifted off its axis today by the dual exertions of P. Faria, and S. Sikorski. The new titleholders of “Mighty Men, Inc.” at latest reports, are resting comfortably. Attending them are D. Laycock, R.N.M.S., F. Cath- cart, R.N., M. Sherman, R. N., and G. Davidsen, R.N. at St. Luke’s Hospital. BULLETIN One of the nation’s secret atomic plants, headed by Henry Ford, has selected Alfred Faria to an important position as secret machinist. Hits 100th Home Run Ted Williams, illustrious baseball player, has just hit his 100th homerun of season during springtraining. His secretary, S. Wilcox, revealed this at a press conference this morning. Siege of Fort After a devastating and bloody battle, the brave forces led by Major G. Both- elo and aided by the air squadron of Coelho, Frates, Le Blanc, Potkay, Secia, and Smith, finally succumbed to the at- 3 Pages MAKES GOOD tack on Fort Knox by R. Richards. Busy in the Capitol are accountants P. Rich¬ ard, and F. Cox, and clerks B. Monteiro and M. Hamer attempting to estimate the losses. Indianapolis 500 Results The world’s speed record was broken today by F. Wotton at Indianapolis. His car, Slo-mo-shun ’57, was built by L. Mann Co. Expert repairs were made by McCormack and Roy after an in¬ significant accident during the trial run. “Moon Goons” Sponsored by Charles Tripp The desire of Mr. Tripp to do some¬ thing for the world was realized today when he saw Casilhas, Clunie, Iida, and Claflin leave on an expedition to the moon in a rocket designed by A. Dahl. Contact with them has been made by communications expert, R. Orpin. BEWARE A mad psychiatrist is loose in Fair- haven. Dr. Richard Tirrell is using his occult powers to incite a riot which will destroy the world. Public spirited B. Fagundes has offered a reward of $10,- 000 for any information leading to his arrest. Drew Makes Good Stephen Drew has been promoted from fish cleaner to head fish packer announced President R. Pacheco, of “Fishy Smelts Inc.” Also employed here and due for promotions are N. Page, A. Teixeira, and B. Smythe an excellent and talented “re-tail-ler of fish. Jockey Slips Disc The renowned disc jockey, W. Mac- omber, at the height of his career was taken by his assistant N. Avila to the office of Dr. J. Knox with a slipped disc. Nurses B. Padelford, S. Silveira, and M. Hawco are aiding his recovery. Molar Expedition Four members of the stalwart Navy football team, J. Arruda, W. Fuller, J. Haskell, and D. Pacheco were taken by coach L. Jenny to the office of Shirley Lopes, D.D.S. after losing several teeth in the fierce Army-Navy game. FLASH ! Joseph Kearley has reportedly just broken all aviation records by exceed¬ ing the speed of light. He was ably co¬ piloted by G. Maxfield. The plane used a “P-18” called “Starfighter”, was con¬ structed by P. Mendell. Crash Landing Hawaii, Mar. 11—H. P-- Off the coast of Hawaii, a Super- Con¬ stellation passenger plane crash landed. A. Taylor, veteran airline hostess, res¬ cued all passengers from the sinking wreckage. Among the dignitaries aboard were Governor W. Phillips of Texas and Massachusetts Senator, J. Kowal. Ac¬ companying them were their secretaries C. DeBlois and J. Andrade. Patriotism Rewarded Dennis Duval (R. Mass.) has been selected as ambassador to France. With him will go Janice Dunn, interpreter, and Lawrence Medeiros, diplomatic courier. This great honor has been be¬ stowed upon him because of his great fidelity to our country and its ideals. Board Makes Appointments The Fairhaven School Board has an¬ nounced the appointment of Florence Mello as the new supervisor of instru¬ mental music after receiving with re¬ gret the resignation of Miss Hastings. Assisting her in her new duties will be her twin sister, Mimi Mello. Also ap¬ pointed to teaching positions were C. Brodeur, C. Foley, C. Gifford, C. Mc- Menamy, P. Ornellas, and P. Pimental. Attention, All Eggheads A new type of poultry farming is be¬ ing introduced to this region. L. Forand, recently returned from an egghunting expedition in Australia, has brought with him a plane load of ostriches with the intention of going into business. Because of the need for eggpackers, R. Gardner, S. Henshaw. and S. DeWolfe have been hired. Mr. Forand says, “These eggs are simply delicious.” California, Here We Come D. Santos has finally realized his wish. He is hosteling to California. With him travels L. Mikalson in his quest for wine, women, and song. Poor Pooch Foreign Ambassador to Switzerland, J. Robinson bearing her dog, Petunia, rushed to the office of Dr. J. Radcliffe, a veterinarian. The diagnosis proved that Petunia had a sprained tail. Singing Success Noma Dulude, overnight singing suc¬ cess, has sold a million records with the revival of that old song “Que Sera Sera.” Wealth Travels the World The wealthy T. Barron has retired leaving his million dollar chain stores to L. Castelejo. Upon the advice of her Wall Street advisor, L. Peck and his secretary, P. MacGowan, she will send J. Hirschmann, G. Lorraine and N. Costa around the world seeking hap¬ piness. Beauty Inc. The grand opening of “Curl-e-q”, the latest inovation in feminine coiffeur will be held March 21. A. Fisher, wealthy proprietress, has announced its comple¬ tion under the direction of C. Porte, noted American architect. Employed will be E. Benjamin, R. Mottas, and P. Silva. Flowers donated by G. Dahlberg, local horticulturist, will enhance the beauty of modernistic cabinets design¬ ed and constructed by J. Bungert. All are welcome. Fairhaven Bridge Going Up The Fairhaven Bridge Building Com¬ mittee is considering plans submitted by J. Alden and E. Monteiro, chemical engineers, D. Johnson and E. Longa, Civil engineers, and S. Jorgensen, elec¬ trical engineer. Funds will be appropri¬ ated by V. White and R. Flack, well- known philanthropists. “Hambone” written by W. Shiverwood starring— J. Davis co-starring— J. Bellymore New Telephone Book Issued Soon Aspiring young commercial artist, L. Burnham, will undertake the designing of a new telephone book. Assisting in its production are I. Mello, J. Santos, C. Sherman, and P. Tetreault, Tele¬ phone Co. officials. New Eye Drug on Market Now Due to the collaboration of optome¬ trist B. Carney and chemist P. Alves, with the help of M. Kremp,R.N. and M. Barcellos, R.N., medical science is proud to announce the new wonder drug, E. Z. C., which cures certain forms of blindness, namely sightlessness. Local Girl Makes Good Miss E. DeGraw, once linotype oper¬ ator for the Fairhaven Star, now has been hired as head of the linotype de¬ partment of the New York Times. Second Honeymoon Three society women of Beacon Hill, formerly the Misses Duarte, Teixeira and Bancroft of Fairhaven are leaving with their husbands on a world cruise. The yacht, owned by the husbands of the former Misses Dexter of Mattapoi- sett, is sailing early in April. The five couples plan to return in two years. Union is Formed The National Union of Secretarial and Office Workers had its first meeting last night. Named to the Executive Board were A. Czaya, N. De Souza, C. Hayter, B. Leitao, S. Aanensen, A. Beau¬ mont, A. Hann, N. Moniz, M. Richmond, C. Jacques, and C. Kent. Committee chairmen will be L. Landry, M. Rose, B. Souza, and B. Rego. Situations Wanted Secretarial position desired: Private: Marsden, A. Pepin, S. Medical: Livesley, M. Nadeau, L. Bookkeeper: Belleveau, J. N. Costa ’57 J. Hirschmann ’57 J. Knox ’57 D. Laycock ’57 G. Lorraine ’57 P. MacGowan ’57 P. Ornellas ’57 We, the graduates of Fairhaven High School, in order to be remember¬ ed as a generous class, to promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of scholarship to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this will of the class of “57”. 1. Judie Hirschmann leaves her lists of people who owe money to anyone who wants them. 2. To next year’s HUTTLESTONIAN Staff, Pammie MacGowan leaves her ink eraser, if there is anything left. 3. Judy Knox leaves a manual, “How to Tune a Cello”, to Susan Pierce. 4. Choristers leave the lost chord, which they have found on various occasions, to Mrs. Johnson. 5. Gladys Davidsen and Susan Silveira leave Florida to any cold Junior girl. 6. To Steve Browne, Dick Tirrell bequeaths his wig for use as a disguise during his various escapades. 7. Diana Laycock leaves her headaches and bruises to next year’s editor-in-chief so that she need not collect her own. 8. Sylvia Aanensen and John Alden leave their flaming red hair to anyone who wishes to start a fire. 9. For transportation to future basketball games, Lillian Castelejo leaves her truck to Jackie Rose. 10. Jo-Ann Davis leaves her voluminous books on modeling to Lynn Cadieux. 11. Kenneth Iida bequeaths his rocket to next year’s foreign student in the event he becomes homesick. 12. Alan Fales leaves his naps to Harvey Marshall. 13. Leo Forand leaves his motor scooter to Fred Spicer. 14. To any Junior who may wish to wallpaper his room, James Has¬ kell leaves his collection of aftersession slips. 15. Gay Lorraine leaves her energetic Ford, “Leaping Leona” to her motley crew of band members. (Continued on Page Seventy) Sixty-seven i m S5 - Lj I i I f: MtOiAHK [EtentoV »x v» » i 16. Anne Marsden leaves her tan to any Junior paleface. 17. Ida Mello leaves her hip-hips to Snooky Downing. 18. Marie Rose leaves her baton to Irene Silvia. 19. To Linda Long, we leave one of Norma Costa’s two hope chests. 20. To Mrs. Noyer, Sheila DeWolfe willingly bequeaths a collection of broken office practice machines. 21. To Mrs. Dobson, the Senior Class of “57” leaves a truckload of dark bread so that she need not combine white and dark bread in the sandwiches. 22. Thomas Barron leaves his alarm clock to Mr. Wood so it will not be necessary to kick future physicists. 23. Gladys Teixeira leaves on a journey to “Matrimony”. 24. In the near future, so as not to disturb the industrious Honor Society students, we solemnly bequeath a rubbish barrel silencer to the janitors. 25. John Radcliffe leaves his famed basketball trunks to Barry Behn, for next year’s season. Thus, on this 28th day of January, in the year of Our Lord 1957, we the noblest class yet to graduate, do declare this last will and testament, and hereby appoint Mrs. Noyer executor. We come to the end of the academic trail and, as we hear the fifes and drums of the Spirit of ’76 in the distance, we heed the call to higher aims. N. Costa ’57 D. Duval ’57 J. Hirschmann ’57 D. Laycock ’57 G. Lorraine ’57 S. Silveria ’57 Seventy Sditoxiat ddtaff Bottom row, left to right: — P. Ornellas, N. Costa, G. Lorraine, D. Laycock, P. MacGowan. Top row, left to right: — J. Knox, S. Silveira, S. Henshaw, L. Burnham, J. Dunn, J. Davis, J. Hirschmann, I. Mello, C. Foley, D. Duval, J. Robinson. Bottom row, left to right: — A. Marsden, J. Hirschmann, I. Mello, B. Souza. Top row, left to right: — M. Livesley, C. Sherman, S. P. Pepin, N. Page, C. Kent, G. Teixeira. “Moonlight and Roses”, our Junior Prom, was held on Friday evening, May 4, 1956 in the Larch Avenue Auditorium. Music for that festive oc¬ casion was provided by Louis Queen’s Orchestra. The theme of the prom was carried out in the unusual decorations which consisted of splendid trellises adorned with dainty roses of several colors. On stage, a realistic moonlight scene greeted our admiring eyes. Nearly one hundred couples were estimated to have been present on that glamorous evening. During the intermission, delicious punch and cookies were served as refreshments. Directly afterward, following the Grand March, Judith Robinson was crowned queen by Glenna Dobson, former queen. Judy reigned, stunning in a delicate, blue pastel gown, throughout the evening. Her chief attendant was Ida Mello, while her court consisted of Audrey Czaya, Gladys Davidsen, and Susan Silveira. Patrons and patronesses for the dance were Mr. and Mrs. Flavel M. Gifford, Mr. and Mrs. Chester M. Downing, Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Wood, Mrs. William D. Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. Dias. Mrs. Margaret Howland, Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Smith, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Baker. Those on the committee in charge of the event were Christine Brodeur, Gladys Davidsen, Dennis Duval, Judith Hirschmann, Diana Laycock, Ida Mello, Leslie Mikalson, Nancy Page, Lawrence Peck, Judith Robinson, Barbara Smythe, Gladys Teixeira, and Richard West. Many thanks are due the committee which helped to make the prom such a tremendous success. Betty DeGraw ’57 A shower of roses seemed to descend on Fairhaven High School at the annual Junior Day festivities on June 8, 1956. As befitted the month and the occasion, the flowers were purchased with funds from the class treasury so that each Junior, as well as faculty and maintenance staff mem¬ bers, could wear a rose in observance of the happy day. At the festive morning assembly, our class marched in, and, hearts glowing with pride and achievement, assumed the seats of the lordly Seniors. The Class of 1956 then entered, attired in caps and gowns to indicate their status of graduates-to-be about to advance to a larger world of endeavor, and, as befitted their rank, took their seats upon the stage. A stirring rendition of Lincoln’s “Gettysburg Address” by Nathan Heuberger, president of the graduating class, lent solemnity and appropriate patriotism to the exercises which also featured the traditional Presentation of the Mantle by Mr. Heuberger to Ida Mello, president of the Junior Class. Betty DeGraw ’57 Seventy-three uiein? 1 t K mmuMOM 1 ■ i is ?■ i CAST (in order of appearance) Julie . Thomas . Alicia Underhill Karen Bennett . David Underhill Natalie Price ...... Eve . Dr. Will Moody . Larry Cotton . Directed by . . Susan Silveira . Francis Cox . Janice Dunn . Vivian White . William Macomber . Jo-Ann Davis . Barbara Smythe . Lawrence Peck . Carl Porte Mr. Cuthbert Tunstall Sam came running breathlessly up to Joe. “Hey, Joe! I was cleanin’ the winders on the Nort’ side when I happens to look trough one of ’em an’ ya know what?” “No, what.” “Some girl was shootin’ her boy-friend, Ya-a-a. First they argued. Then some odder girl come in an firs’ thing ya know da guy’s stretched out on da floor, I seen it!” “Lemme look. Gimme da ladder. Na-a-a, there ain’t no one dead. Some guy dey call Bill is carrying some girl around and everyone else is running ’round to beat the cars. Woo-ops. He just dropped ’er, an he’s giggling like crazy — now everyone else is laughin’ and some old guy is in there passin’ up and down and tearing out his hair.” “Gee, Dat’s bad!” “De old guy just gave some directions to some Susan and she’s rollin’ the carpet sweeper over the bare floor and yellin’ somethin’ about a bird in a cage. You sure dis ain’t da crazy house?” “Spose t’be a high school!” “Well, I dunno, I .Hey, dis Bill character is shakin’ the life outa some blonde an’ a guy named Carl jus’ come in, said ‘Lord’ an’ stood dere wid his mouth open. Didn’t even try to help ’er. Some nerve, huh?” “Ya. Hey, how can ya hear what de’re sayin’?” Seventy- five “Da winder’s open at da bottom, dope” — “Dat Bill character’s hug- gin’ an old lady, now, wid blonde hair. Chee, never heard a’ blonde old ladies before. Besides, what kinda name is Janice for an old lady? Any¬ way, she’s lookin’ like she just had some castor oil. Guess she don’t like him too much!” “Now de’re all laughin’ again. The old guy seems to be de only sane one aroun’ here and now I ain’t so sure about him, the way he’s tearing around here. Boy, is he mad! — Say, I tol’ ya they was nuts! A doctor just come on an s’takin’ da pulse of some girl named Barbara. What a crazy guy! Here da guy is alone wi’d a good-looking girl and what does he do? He takes her pulse! Dey know dis doctor pretty well, I guess. Dey call ’im Larry.” “Say, lemme see.” “Holy cow, I see what ya mean! This J-Ann dame just took out a gat and is goin’ to let some guy in a monkey-suit have it right between the eyes! Now the old guy is yellin’ “Francis, look frightened” de odder girl, Barbara, came runnin’ in an is just standin’ there, and some Vivian is runnin’ around in a trench coat holding a pad a’ paper. De’re crazy, I tell ya. Let’s get da cops.” Just then an elderly gentleman came out of the building. “See here. What were you people doing?” “Well, we was washing the winder’s and we sees someone get shot and now we’re goin’ to-” “Hold on a minute. They’re only rehearsing for the high school Senior play!” What? Senior Play! Oh, den dat explains everythin’!” And they walked off mumbling to themselves. Jo-Ann Davis ’57 Seventy-six JNa jiE i La ti je± Most Flirtatious Boy Louis Jenney Girl Christine Brodeur Most Musical Charles Foley Florence Mello Best Dressed William Macomber Audrey Czaya Most Entertaining Daniel Santos Susan Silveira Happiest Richard Claflin Susan Silveira Most Polite Kenneth Iida Patricia Ornellas Sleepiest Thomas Barron Roberta Flack Most Popular Dennis Duval Ida Mello Most Likely to Succeed Dennis Duval Ida Mello Most Studious Charles Foley Carol Kent Best All Around Dennis Duval Ida Mello Quietest Kenneth Iida Elizabeth DeGraw Most Dependable Dennis Duval Diana Laycock Most Athletic Peter Mendell Patricia Richards Most Dignified Richard Tirrell Jo-Ann Davis Most Charming Kenneth Casilhas Fern Cathcart Most Sincere John Alden Anne Marsden Most Loquacious James Haskell Rose Marie Mottas Best Dancers Peter Mendell Judith Robinson Most Artistic Russell Clunie Jo-Ann Davis Noisiest Richard Claflin Roberta Flack Best Looking Kenneth Casilhas Audrey Czaya Friendliest Daniel Santos Susan Silveira Seventy-seven Artikritws “The pursuit of happiness” Declaration of Independence y ono % Bottom row, left to right: — Secretary, D. Laycock; Vice-President, A. Marsden; President, I. Mello; Treasurer, B. Monteiro. Top row, left to right: — D. Duval, S. Pepin, S. Silveira, F. Cathcart, J. Knox, G. Teixeira, S. Henshaw, J. Hirschmann, B. Souza, C. Foley. Membership in the National Honor Society, which stresses the four ideals of Scholarship, Service, Character, and Leadership, is a goal which all students strive to attain. In January of each year, juniors and seniors who have adhered to these four ideals are initiated into the Fairhaven High School Honor Society, Chapter 573, in an impressive ceremony. Forming a shield, the candidates hold lighted torches symbolizing the Spirit of Truth as they take the vows of the organization. This year the officers: President, Ida Mello; Vice-President, Anne Marsden; Secretary, Diana Laycock, and Treasurer, Betty Monteiro. Pre¬ sent members are: Feme Cathcart, Dennis Duval, Charles Foley, Sandra Henshaw, Judith Hirschmann, Judith Knox, Susan Pepin, Susan Silveira, Barbara Souza, and Gladys Teixeira, and the following who were initiated in January: Barry Behn, Joan Berube, Barbara Besse, Stevens Browne, Judith Callahan, Ruth Downing, Dana Greenfield, Mary Lou Goulart, Marilyn Lopes, Ellen Mahoney, Aline Martel, Rosemary Murphy, Lynne Oliveira, Judy Vohnoutka, Thomas Barron, Carol Kent, Gay Lorraine, Patricia Ornellas, and Nancy Page. New officers of the Society will be chosen in June. A. Marsden ’57 First row: — B. Megathlin, B. Ross, F. Perry, P. Goulart. Second row: — C. Maxfield, W. Robinson, W. Smith, S. Browne, P. Mendell, B. Behn, L. Peck, P. McCarthy, K. Kuechler, W. Titcomb, G. Correa. Third row: — R. Morrill, D. Harrison, D. Knox, G. Dunn, T. Furhovden, L. Mikalson, J. Razon, G. Maxfield, B. Hagen. The Fairhaven High School Key Club, a member of Key Club Inter¬ national, boasts its largest membership in history this year. The club has grown since 1948 to its present membership of 25 energetic and hard working boys. Under the direction of club president Peter Mendell and the advice of our faculty advisor, Mr. Downing, we have again completed our program for school and community. The club has obtained speakers for assemblies, served as ushers at parent-teachers night, given a hundred dollar scholar¬ ship, and donated numerous small sums of money to worthy organizations. A new project is the annual awarding of sportsmanship trophies in each of the five major sports. Fairhaven has been well represented at Key Club Conventions. A large delegation attended the New England District Convention, and two members were sent to Dallas, Texas where the International Convention was held. Other officers this year were Barry Behn, vice president; William Smith, corresponding secretary; Lawrence Peck, recording secretary; and Stevens Browne, treasurer. L. Peck ’57 Eighty-one zStucUnt (It ounce First row, left to right: — R. Surprenant, K, Iida, D. Duval, President; I. Mello, Secretary; B. Souza, Vice President; J. Hirschmann, R. Collins, B. Souza, R. Downing. Second row, left to right: — B. Doucette, A. Rex, M. Sitnick, M. Marques, B. Govoni, L. Browning, D. Johnson, P. Maxfield, D. Pierce, L. Cadieux, R. Murphy. This year the Student Council, under the leadership of Dennis Duval, president; Barbara Souza, vice-president; and Ida Mello, secretary-treasurer, has striven to attain several goals. Foremost of these purposes has been constant effort to make Fairhaven High School a place in which student leadership, with continuous faculty advice, can work constructively for the welfare of the school. With the help of its advisor, Mrs. William D. Bruce, the group also sold book covers and sponsored a tea for the Foreign Exchange students. Conventions held in Norton and Dartmouth were attended by representa¬ tives of the Council. In summary, the purpose of the Council, as stated in its constitution, is “to assist in the management of Fairhaven High School, ... to foster good school spirit, . . . and to encourage the spirit of democracy in the student body.” Judith Hirschmann ’57 Eighty-two First row: — M. Lopes, D. Alfei’es, S. Drew, W. Hebert, R. Santos, S. Tunstall, F. Mello, N. Tavares, S. Sylvia, D. Burrows, J. Dobson, D. Johnson, J. Stonehill, C. Shumway, L. Richards, R. Alfonse, P. Lopes. Second row: — E. Coyne, S. Browne, L. Long, M. Mello, B. Behn, S. Burgess, M. Rose, B. Padelford, D. Greenfield, A. Grace, V. Urquiola, N. Holmes, C. Govoni, W. Carruth. Third row: — J. Bresnahan, G. Lorraine, P. Copeland. Fourth row: — F. Majocka, A. Rex, S. Whitaker, S. Silveira, P. Pelton, D. Johnson, M. Richmond, D. Johnson, R. Murphy, R. Monteiro, P. Moniz, J. Majocka, R. Ryle, S. Hatel, S. Wilcox. Fifth row: — P. Copeland, E. Megathlin, J. Haaland, A. Plezia, A. Medeiros, C. Foley, F. Spicer, P. Alves, V. White, K. Langlois, M. Jorgensen, W. Coyne. Last row: — A. Skeie, B. Megathlin, C. Chase. The Fairhaven H igh School Band, under the proficient supervision of Miss Elizabeth I. Hastings and Mr. Alipio Bartholo, can, again, proclaim a successful year. This is repeatedly illustrated in the commendable routines displayed by the 77 piece marching band at football games, and at the Southeastern Massachusetts Music Festival. Besides the South Eastern Massachusetts Music Festival, the annually successful Pops Concert is an outstanding event for the 58 enterprising musicians of concert band. Tag Day terminated in the record-breaking collection of $787.00, to be added to the instrument fund. This year the band has a new bass clarinet. Among the vast series of projects, planned by the band, along with the assistance of parents, will be a gigantic paper drive. These under¬ takings will help establish a travel fund for an exchange program. P. MacGowan ’57 Eighty-three ( Q’lenzi ' t’ia First row: — L. Browning, A. Grace, M. Whitman, F. Majocka, P. Wrightington, S. Burgess, B. Padelford, V. White, R. Murphy, S. Tunstall, D. Cooper, J. Alden, J. Knox, S. Pierce, C. Brodeur. Second row: — J. Langlois, N. Bettencourt, S. Amaral, J. Stonehill, D. Foley, J. Morrill, C. Wyzga, J. West, L. Richards, B. Heuberger, B. Govoni, M. Gardner, J. Hiller, C. Ventura, S. Pelton, R. Flack, J. Sylvia, K. Langlois, E. Radcliffe. Third row: — M. Gardner, C. Bungert, E. Coyne, S. Silveira, E. Monteiro, M. Mello, J. Bresnahan, G. Lorraine, P. Copeland, D. Greenfield, W. Carruth, N. Holmes, M. Richmond, D. Johnson, P. Pelton, A. Hann, E. Mahoney, J. Hirschmann. Fourth row: — M. Dumas, J. Sullivan, A. Medeiros, C. Foley, F. Mello, R. Santos, D. Burrows, S. Drew, B. Megathlin, T. Renahan, J. Haaland, E. Megathlin, P. Copeland, F. Spicer, P. Alves, A. Plezia. This year, as every year, the orchestra works hard for the many events in which it participates. Various assemblies, the Southeastern Massachusetts Music Convention, the Senior Play, May Festival, and, of course, graduation are the most important events. The whole group is composed of music-loving young people, all work¬ ing under the capable leadership of Miss Elizabeth I. Hastings, to better themselves and their school through music. This year, some of our most outstanding players made up part of the Bristol County High School Orchestra and as usual, Fairhaven is well represented in the Massachusetts All-State Orchestra. The Fairhaven High School Orchestra will always, as in the past, be a popular, worthwhile group. Judith Knox ’57 Eighty-four utuxz Uzacfi £T1 First row: — S. Pelton, A. Rex, S. Holmes, C. Gifford, P. Baron, P. Martin, R. Damm, A. Norlander. Second row: — E. Barboza, B. Doucette, C. Benjamin, P. Ornellas, P. Maxfield, J. Robinson, N. Motta, Mrs. Moore, L. Dumoulin, C. McMenamy, T. Castelejo, C. Brodeur, C. Messier. Left to right, first row: — S. Dodge, S. Rychlinski, F. Cathcart, B. Fagundes, K. Thomas. Second row: — P. Richards, S. Whitaker, M. Toland, M. Kremp, L. Burnham, J. Davis, J. Dunn, J. Roderick, L. Roy, R. Clunie. A. seven 3 First row: P. Pifko, L. Pauline, B. Bastien, R. Besse, C. Wyzya, C. Macomber, G. Morris. Second row: — E. Benjamin, G. Teixeira, Mrs. Spence, J. Sullivan, R. Mottas. Third row: — S. Whitaker, B. Leitao, J. Luiz. Fourth row: — M. Richmond, S. Aanensen, M. Martin. tcniLj Seated, left to right: — M. Sylvia, S. Aanensen, Miss Pillsbury. Standing: — R. Mottas, M. Carvalho, D. Holden, C. Howland, E. Taylor, M. Martin, B. Smythe, C. Eddy, C. Barrow, J. Wotton, A. Kucharsky, B. Sylvia, M. Sitnick, P. Tavares, P. Richards, S. Desroches, J. Santos, E. Morgado. Left to right: — E. Mahoney, S. Silveira, J. Dunn. Back row: — J. Alden, J. Razon. (Qj-j-LCEZi First row, left to right: — E. Martin, P. Richards. Second row, left to right: — B. Monteiro, N. Page. All our choral groups, under the direction of Mrs. Marguerite Johnson, have had a busy and successful year. They have participated in assemblies, sung for local organizations, offered a May Concert, and sent representatives to the All-State Festival. J ouIjLz Qua tz-t Left to right: — J. Dunn, G. Davidsen, R. Tirrell, V. Urquiola, F. Spicer, S. Jorgensen, J. Hirschmann, R. Flack. Seated: — E. Mahoney, Accompanist. C ' Ino’iiitz.’is. Kneeling, left to right: — A. Plezia, V. Urquiola, R. Clunie, L. Peck, P. Hiller, F. Cox, S. Jorgensen, B. Hagen, J. Bungert, C. Porte. Second row, kneeling: — F. Spicer, D. Grey, P. Pelton, J. Alden. Third row: — G. Davidsen, J. Dunn, D. Laycock, M. Richmond, S. Silveira, B. Padel- ford, R. Murphy, E. Mahoney, F. Cathcart, A. Marsden, D. Greenfield, G. Lorraine, J. Davis, P. MacGowan, J. Knox, C. Brodeur, S. Henshaw, A. Fisher, V. White, J. Robinson, S. Aanensen, R. Flack, J. Hirschmann. itL ' QLz 2U ua IdEZl Left to right: — G. Davidsen, President; R. Collins, Vice President; M. Lopes, Sec¬ retary; E. Radcliffe, Treasurer. Left to right: — J. Belliveau, J. Rose, J. Robinson, I. Mello, E. Stening, R. Downing, A. Kucharsky. Atljtettrs “Victory is his habit — the happy warrior.” Franklin D. Roosevelt cans wer First row, left to right: — R. Bothelo, J. Arruda, B. Behn, P. Goulet, A. Teixeira, P. Mendell, K. Lanoue, L. Jenney, D. Santos, P. Faria, J. Razon. Second row, left to right: — Coach Entin, R. LeBeau, R. Holt, O. Blanchette, G. Correa, G. Bergeron, A. Martin, J. Cabral, C. Tripp, F. Harris. Third row, left to right: — Coach Gavin, P. Titcomb, G. Dunn, J. Canto, R. Santos, F. Souza, F. Perry, T. Perry, R. Rodericks, Coach Clement, Manager D. Sameiro. Fourth row, left to right: —Manager W. Purtell, L. Peck, J. Concannon, R. Laferriere, A. Brunette. The 1956 football season was the most triumphant in many years for the Blue of F.H.S. The team sparked by Seniors; Danny Santos, Ed Monteiro, John Arruda, Abby Teixeira, co-captains Louie Jenney and Pete Mendell gave many thrills throughout the season to the spirited fans who turned out to cheer the boys. The team had a 6-2 won-lost record and rolled up a total of 117 points for a 14.5 game average. The defense also deserves much credit for its great playing during the season. They allowed the opposition only 38 points for an impressive average of 4.75 a game and shut out Dartmouth, Voke, New Bedford and Coyle. In the traditional big game with New Bedford, the team racked up the biggest margin ever achieved against the boys in red in the many years of this great high school football classic. Congratulations to the entire team for the fine season they had. Good luck next year. The season’s record: Fairhaven 2 Dartmouth 0 Fairhaven 36 Vocational 0 Fairhaven 20 Attleboro 6 Fairhaven 12 Barnstable 7 Fairhaven 0 Durfee 6 Fairhaven 21 New Bedford 0 Fairhaven 13 Coyle. 0 Fairhaven 13 Wareham 19 Dennis Duval ’57 S h This year has truly been most successful for F. H. S. both in football and basketball. In regular season play, the basketball team, behind the incomparable coaching of Mel Entin, won 12 games while losing only 2, a won-lost percentage of .857. The team averaged 67.7 points per game and the defense held the opposition to only 42.9 points per game. At the Tech Tourney Eliminations our boys lost a very close contest to St. Mary’s of Brookline. Trailing by fourteen markers at the opening of period four, the team put on an amazing rally, but time ran out with the score 54-51 in favor of the opposition. Our team showed their opponents some of the greatest defensive play in this section of the state. Mendell, Teixeira, and Robinson played outstanding defensive ball and with the scoring and rebounding of Behn and Radcliffe, the Entin men presented very formidable opposition to every team on their schedule. Ken Lanoue and Pete Titcomb also contributed with some fine play during the season. The basketball team has given Fairhaven High much to be proud of in their great play and fine conduct during the year. F. H. S. 67 Westport 23 F. H. S. 86 Falmouth 51 F. H. s. 67 Dartmouth 41 F. H. s. 86 Holy Family 29 F. H. s. 54 Textile 46 F. H. s. 63 Dartmouth 43 F. H. s. 80 Coyle 48 F. H. s. 65 Holy Family 31 F. H. s. 90 Falmouth 46 F. H. s. 74 N. B. H. S. 44 F. H. s. 51 Vocational 54 F. IT s. 79 Textile 39 F. H. s. 41 N. B. H. S. 43 F. H. s. 64 Coyle 38 F. H. s. 65 Vocational 57 F. H. s. 51 St. Mary 54 Dennis Duval ’57 C7« znna Left to right: — J. Radcliffe, B. Behn, K. Lanoue, J. Pina, D. Geiger. Commendation is in order for Mr. Cook and the tennis team of “56” for their sportsmanship in their matches and their enthusiasm despite only one victory and one tie. Particular credit goes to Barry Behn, Kenneth Lanoue, and Antonangelo Pina for their perseverance during the season. The season’s record: Fairhaven 3 Fairhaven 2 Fairhaven 1 Fairhaven 4 Fairhaven 2 Fairhaven 3 New Bedford 3 Rogers 3 Durfee 5 Rogers 3 Durfee 3 New Bedford 6 Charles Foley ’57 Ninety-five First row, left to right: — R. Lomba, W. Robinson, L. Jenney, A. Santos, N. Heuberger, E. Monteiro, D. Harrison, R. Richard. Second row, left to right: — D. Brenneke, C. Green, W. Potkay, S. Rounsville, L. Peck, P. Mendell, R. Teixeira. Third row, left to right: — D. Santos, J. Razon, J. Canto, J. Arruda, J. Cabral, R. Benoit, E. Govoni. Fourth row, left to right: — P. Goulet, F. Souza, P. Hiller, standing, Coach D. Gavin. Fairhaven High School’s 1956 track athletes and their coach, Don Gavin, deserve commendation for a better than average season. The team managed to win three meets while losing two and also gave a good account of itself in the annual Bristol County Track Meet. Meriting praise for a job well done in this important meet are Manuel Cabral, Pete Mendell, and Louis Jenney, and the excellent relay team comprising Richard Lomba, David Brenneke, Manuel Cabral, and Antonio Santos. The season’s record: F.H.S. 51 Case 26 F.H.S. 33 Voke 44 F.H.S. 19 New Bedford 58 F.H.S. 60 Falmouth 17 F.H.S. 42 Somerset 30 Charles Foley ’57 Ninety-six First row, left to right: — J. Razon, J. Correia, A. Teixeira, J. Pina, C. Junier, P. Faria, R. Hall, W. LeBlanc. Second row, left to right: — K. Lanoue, D. Santos, D. Duval, W. Robinson, W. Titcomb, G. Santos, Coach Alec Clement. Coach Alec Clement and his squad once again came through with a very successful season. The team won 8 games including victories over Voke and Durfee, while dropping only 3 decisions for a won-lost percentage of .727. Much of the credit for the success of the team belongs to pitcher Ray Faria, who was chosen Most Valuable Player, and Johnny “Bingo” Correia, who chalked up the highest batting average on the roster. Of course, it takes nine men to make a ball team and every player deserves a well- earned pat on the back. Best of everything to next year’s team, and keep up the good work. F.H.S. 7 Rogers 2 F.H.S. 13 Durfee 11 F.H.S. 10 Portsmouth 2 F.H.S. 5 Prov. C. D. 2 F.H.S. 14 Barnstable 2 F.H.S. 3 Voke 1 F.H.S. 7 Prov. C. D. 4 F.H.S. 3 N.B.H.S. 4 F.H.S. 4 Rogers 1 F.H.S. 4 N.B.H.S. 5 F.H.S. 0 Voke 1 Dennis Duval ’57 First row, left to right: — N. Pacheco, P. Wrightington, P. Richard, N. Page, P. Pimental, E. Mahoney. Second row, left to right: — E. Anthony, R. Mottas, J. Rose, C. Rego, M. Mello, S. Correa, S. Tunstall. Our softball team distinguished itself last season. Although its sched¬ ule was not a full one, the girls played two games and were victorious in both. Among the outstanding players were Nancy Page, Pat Pimental, Mary Lou Barcellos, Mimi Mello, and Pat Richards. The team was ably coached by Miss Anne Hayes. Good luck to the ’57 softball team, and let’s hope the schedule will be of greater length in order that the team may show its athletic ability. Susan Silveira ’57 Ninety-eight Kneeling, left to right: — E. Martin, L. Long, S. Tunstall, P. Richard, N. Page, R. Damm, M. Hamer. Standing, left to right: — J. Alden, G. Foster, D. Holden, B. Jensen, B. Besse, A. Norlander, J. Luiz, E. Taylor. The Fairhaven’s girl’s basketball team enjoyed a good season in 1956- 57, with an excellent record. Managing to win five of its eight games, the team played with skill, spirit, and determination. Diligent practice and high enthusiasm enabled the group to finish in third place in the Girl’s Narragansett League. Among the Senior standouts were Gladys Davidsen, Pat Pimental, Pat Richard, Betty Monteiro, Molly Hamer, Audrey Czaya, and Nancy Page. The team was coached efficiently by Miss Anne Hayes. The season’s record: Fairhaven 38 New Bedford 37 Fairhaven 53 Dartmouth 36 Fairhaven 56 Westport 35 Fairhaven 26 Vocational 27 Fairhaven 52 New Bedford 63 Fairhaven 44 Dartmouth 34 Fairhaven 47 Vocational 57 Fairhaven 49 Westport 55 Susan Silveira Ninety-nine 0, CJ)i 0 " ' b e v ' ■■ ' P% cLl, ' TxalZZiL. - s. JknP P‘ fM ,.A ,C $ i Q » ig %p . , 1 ‘ . H " , ID lUrwi , - v p pA 0 . jj f tJl ' v ' Thx AM j6 »j - e ?L BA is, 4 km «i i n ■■ JL mm, «jk Hi - I ipr. , ' 1 [J 1 Pfy Pyil l % l M 1 1 Af M 1 1 f 1 ; jfr ■ £ Sponsors on yourself; never imitate ” Ralph Waldo Emerson )■«» ' ( ■« ► )-«■»- ()•«■»■ )-«V -aH - «E» -o j|lp4.o._ Compliments of DANNY’S AUTO BODY 223 Kempton St. New Bedford, Mass. Tel. 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WYman 3-0157 Compliments of A FRIEND - s5 ' P One hundred twenty-seven f“ w. wlf Cs Jc) Good Luck - Class of 1957 NORLANTIC DIESEL CORPORATION v(i fW Compliments of WOLF ISLAND CRANBERRY BOGS AL ' S BARBER SHOP CHURCH STREET Mattapoisett, Mass. Congratulations and Best Wishes i To the graduating Class of 1957 I Dr. Albert Signorella, D.D.S. j i One hundred twenty-eight Compliments of BROWNE S PHARMACY " The Place to Meet Your Friends n Cz - ' Compliments of THE NEW BEDFORD HOTEL Compliments of VIC FLEURENT MASON CONTRACTOR 7 Jeannette Street Fairhaven, Mass. WYman 4-7321 l ' ()« ' 0 ' » ' () () ()B»()«»()4 One hundred twenty-nine BOUTON SKI and SPORT GOGGLES Compliments of H. L. BOUTON CO. Buzzards Bay, Mass. One hundred thirty i I Compliments of I 1 Tilo Roofing Company, Inc. I America’s Largest Roofing | and Sidewall Insulators I 745 Washington St. I Fairhaven. Mass. i i - I I WORTHINGTON ' S BAKERY I I 48 Rodney French Blvd. 2161 Acushnet Ave. New Bedford, Mass. Quality Baked Goods Compliments of NEW BEDFORD SHIP SUPPLY CO. New Bedford, Mass. Compliments of J. A. HAGEN and CO. Compliments to the Graduates of 1957 Your Police Chief NORMAN D. SHURTLEFF Tel. WYman 3-3249 CLINTON H. WHITE, INC. Sheet Metal and Heating Contractor Azr Conditioning James B. Taylor 228 Hillman St. Manager New Bedford, Mass. DEBROSSE OIL CO. 465 North Front Street New Bedford, Mass. Tel. WYman 2-5535 THE MUSIC BOX 1040 Acushnet Avenue New Bedford, Mass. -«■»- One hundred thirty-one -° 4 . } - Compliments of DR. F. A. SILVEIRA, JR. « 8 { ' :a4fe- Compliments of THE FAIRHAYEN HIGHWAY RAMBLERS Fairhaven, Mass. Automobile Safety Club to Aid Distressed Motorists Best of Luck from THE FAIRHAYEN KEY CLUB One hundred thirty-two Compliments Of THE WONDER MARKET One hundred thirty-three Best of Luck to the Class of ' 57 from COX’S HOMEMADE CANDIES 115 Huttleston Avenue Fairhaven, Mass. DON ' S INC AUTO PARTS 12 Cook Street Tel. WYman 8-5639 New Bedford, Mass. PREFONTAINE BROS. Variety - Hardware - Paint Tel. WYman 3-3472 419 Main Street Fairhaven, Mass. Compliments of QUALITY RESTAURANT Corner of Main and Center Streets Fairhaven, Mass. GRIMSHAW ' S At Fort Phoenix Clambakes every Sunday at 1:30 P.M. Tel. WYman 2-1751 Compliments of DOT ' S DONUT SHOP Compliments of DARLING ' S FLOWER SHOP Fairhaven, Mass. One hundred thirty-four )-«»( )-«»()•«■»-( - W- •«■»( )■«»( •« Compliments of MARY’S AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL I i j 264 Hemlock Street i AUTOMATIC and STANDARD SHIFTS i i WYman 4-5313 j i i I I KARL ' S SUPPLY COMPANY I j 16 Main Street Fairhaven, Mass. Two Places to Eat Here and Home TONY ' S P X Church Street Mattapoisett, Mass. Compliments of DR. STANLEY S. SIKORSKI 121 Deane Street New Bedford Compliments of A FRIEND ' -4 5 || Compliments of A FRIEND One hundred thirty-five HATHAWAY - BRALEY WHARF CO., INC. Distributors of SOCONY MOBILHEAT With new rt. — 198 That Cleans Your Burner Ae It Heats Your Home The New Mobilheat 4 in 1 plan makes Life Easier for You CALL WYman 5-7891 AND FORGET YOUR HEATING WORRIES One hundred thirty-six Telephone WYman 9-6058 Bruno ' s Business Supply Co. Supplies - Machines - Equipment Bruno Cesolini 1913 Purchase Street New Bedford, Mass. ALICE ' S BEAUTY SHOP “New Trends” and Techniques In Beauty Care Good Grooming Pays Off 344 Main Street North Fairhaven Closed Wednesday Compliments of FRENCHY ' S BARBER SHOP ' - Cj DAYS ' ELECTRIC Tel. WY 7-9469 Nights WY 2-0298 Center St., Fairhaven, Mass. Light and Power Wiring Television - Radios Refrigerators - Freezers Automatic Home Washers Compliments of THE ACUSHNET CITIZENS ' CLUB My Heartiest Good Wishes to the 1957 Graduates ELEANOR LOWELL CORREA Realtor Route 6 Mattapoisett, Mass. NEW BEDFORD GRAIN CO. 742 Acushnet Ave. New Bedford, Mass. Tel. WYman 3-1779 PAULINE WINGATE Yarns - Needlepoint Greeting Cards 87 Main Street Fairhaven, Mass. One hundred thirty-seven 5 ? 1 % HATHAWAY MACHINERY CO. REAL SEAGOING SERVICE Propellers and Shafts Bronze Castings Fishing Winches Wire Rope Bosch Fuel Repair Station Welding Shop Parts and Service for All Diesel Engines ! 2A Water Street Phone WYman 5-7891 One hundred thirty-eight FAIRHAVEN INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS HOME LOANS LIFE INSURANCE W mi One hundred thirty-nine (a r " iiT) -o 4 4|£»o JeT Compliments of ATLAS TACK CORPORATION — 4 V HF Beers - Wines - Groceries ADAMS ST. PACKAGE STORE 73 Adams St. Fairhaven, Mass. Tel. WY 4-1119 — We Deliver Tony Martin, Prop. Compliments of A FRIEND «•$ § • NATIONAL WHOLESALE CO. 28 William St. New Bedford, Mass. Complete Paper Service Paper Bags — Paper Cups — Twine — Tapes — Tissues Packaging Supplies One hundred forty 7 ™ ’tST


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